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a depository built to contain books and other materials for reading and study

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We've also established a new business unit called Digital Media Services that will provide a platform for training GPO employees in twenty-first-century workforce skills while providing document scanning services for the Federal Depository Library Program and our customers.
(189.) Sarah Jordan Miller, The Depository Library System: A History of the Distribution of Federal Government Publications to Libraries of the United States from the Early Years of the Nation to 1895, at 84 (1980) (unpublished Ph.D dissertation, Columbia University) (available from University Microfilms).
Through its partners, HathiTrust has developed a valuable complement to the Federal Depository Library Program, expanding access beyond print distribution, and helping to realize the goal of wider access to federal information.
Partner with [Federal Depository Library Program] libraries for long-term preservation and widespread access!
She is a past member of the Depository Library Council to the Public Printer.
The Arkansas State Library is the only Patent & Trademark Depository Library in the state.
Robert Simmons is expected to attend the official opening ceremony of NATO Depository Library at the Academy of the Kyrgyz Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NATO depository library provides the public with access to NATO documents and publications, allowing for a better understanding of the Alliance and its objectives).
She describes the work of the Government Printing Office (GPO) and the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), both of which are going digital, FDLP requirements, available networking and training specific to government documents, managing and administration, public services issues (even government documents can be attractive and well-behaved), and technical service issues such as preservation and authentication.
Libraries purchase and receive geospatial data and paper maps free of charge through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).
Plenty of agencies post documents that never find their way into the depository library system.
With paper publishing, legislative documents are available through any depository library. Furthermore, Hansard, journals and committee proceedings include indexes which allow users to browse these documents by subject.
A detailed version of the proposal is available at any designated local Federal Depository Library. Comments should be directed to: The Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office Building, Washington, DC 20505; 202-395-3000.
The FFIEC also is investigating the possible use of the government's Federal Depository Library System to increase public access to the data.
Government Printing Office (GPO), led the session The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program.
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