Tim Gollins
Head of Digital Preservation
The National Archives

Tim started his career in the UK civil service in 1987 in the field of Information Assurance. Since then he has worked on User Requirements, Systems Development, Systems Design, Information Management, and Information Security on a number of large government IT projects.

In 2000 Tim completed an MSc in Information Management from the University Of Sheffield specialising in Cross Language Information Retrieval. 

Between March 2004 and March 2008, Tim was responsible for the secure Information Management aspects of a large scale, cross-departmental, highly secure, IT and business change program at the UK Cabinet Office.

Tim joined The National Archives in April 2008 to lead the delivery and procurement workstream of The Digital Continuity Project. As Head of Digital Preservation since Jan 2009, he leads work on digital preservation, and cataloguing. Recently, Tim helped to design and develop the new Discovery System for users to find and access the records held at The National Archives.

Tim is a member of ACM SIGIR, A Director of the Digital Preservation Coalition and a member of the University of Sheffield Information Studies Department's Advisory Panel

Sessions by Tim Gollins
Enterprise Search Europe 2011
Tuesday 25 October 2011
2:25 p.m. - 3:05 p.m. Implementing and Benchmarking Search at The National Archives

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