Martha Anderson is Director of Program Management for the National Digital Information Infrastructure and Preservation Program (NDIIPP) at the Library of Congress. The program has developed a network of over 180 partners, nationally and internationally, to select, collect and preserve at-risk digital content. Today the program supports collaborative collection and preservation of digital content of high value for public policy decision makers as well as shared tools and services for sustaining diverse digital content for long-term access. She manages the web archiving program in support of the Library's Digital Strategic Initiatives Program.
She has served as a sponsoring representative on the NSF Blue Ribbon Task Force on Economic Sustainability of Preservation and Access. She also serves on the Steering Committee managing the communications for the International Internet Preservation Consortium. The IIPC is an international organization of 37 national libraries and non-profit archives dedicated to collecting and archiving significant content from the Web.
During her tenure on the staff of the National Digital Library Program at the Library of Congress, Martha Anderson served as the Production Coordinator for American Memory historical digitized collections.
Prior to joining the Library of Congress in 1996, Ms. Anderson worked in electronic publishing as editor and project manager for a variety of CD-ROM reference products.