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CHIEF ARCHIVIST OF LITHUANIA ORDER ON APPROVAL OF THE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT SPECIFICATION PDF-LT-V1.0 29 August 2014, No. VE(1.3 E)-42 Vilnius In accordance with Article 5 Part 3 Item 6 of the Law on Documents and Archives of the Republic of Lithuania, 1. I approve the Electronic Document Specification PDF-LT-V1.0 (attached). 2. I order that: 2.1. Electronic documents produced by state and local government institutions, public institutions, enterprises, and persons authorised by the state (hereinafter referred to as Institutions) in accordance with the specification, approved in Item 1 of this order (hereinafter referred to as Specification), shall meet the requirements for Level A documents, as defined in the Specification. 2.2. Electronic documents produced by non-governmental organisations and private legal bodies or natural persons (hereinafter referred to as Persons) in accordance with the Specification and legal acts shall meet the requirements for Level A or Level B documents, as defined in the Specification. 2.3. If the Institution receives electronic documents, meeting the requirements for Level B documents as defined in the Specification, such electronic documents shall be supplemented with the lacking metadata using mechanism defined by the Specification, so that the electronic document would meet the requirements for Level A documents, as defined in the Specification. 2.4. Persons submitting electronic documents, which meet the requirements for Level B documents defined in the Specification, shall also deliver the lacking metadata in the mode indicated by the receiving institution. Ramojus Kraujelis Chief Archivist of Lithuania
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APPROVED by Order No. VE(1.3 E)-42 of 29 August 2014 of Chief Archivist of Lithuania SPECIFICATION OF THE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT PDF-LT-V1.0 CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS 1. The specification of the electronic document PDF-LT-V1.0 (hereinafter referred to as Specification) defines the technical characteristics of the format of electronic documents stored in PDF format file, the requirements for document creation using secure signature creation system, verification and life cycle. 2. The Specification is focused on the creation, verification and visualisation of written electronic documents having simple content structure (as described in Issue 14 of the Specification), which content, metadata and electronic signatures are stored in the PDF format file. 3. The Specification has been prepared in accordance with the Description of Requirements for Electronic Document Specifications, approved by the Chief Archivist of Lithuania in his Order No. VE (1.3 E)-41 of 29 August (hereinafter referred to as Description of Requirements for the Electronic Document Specifications). To form the requirements in the Specification, PDF/A- 2, PAdES, PAdES Baseline Profile standards as well as other documents indicated in Appendix 11 of the Specification have been used.
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