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Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe (English: National Digital Archives) is the national archive of Poland, formed 8 March 2008 from the merger of the Archives of Audio-Visual Records and the State Archives of Poland. It acts as the national archive for Poland and holds the central archives of the Poland government. They are the state official archives and aim to provide digital files as a response to the development of recording, storing and access technologies
The vision of the NDA is to:
archive digital materials, including digital documents
archive photographs, films and sound recordings
create digital files of hard copy materials
share digital information and make the collection accessible online