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Future Directions for the Federal Depository Library Program

Discusses the need to identify a sustainable framework that will provide access to and preservation of government information in the years ahead.

pdf issue-brief-future-direction-fdlp-04dec08.pdf

 
 

ARL Survey of Regional and ARL Selective Depository Libraries: Summary of Likert Analysis

Use of the Likert scale in the ARL Survey of Regional and ARL Selective Federal Depository Libraries provides a current snapshot of Regional and Selective Depository Libraries. Regional respondents were asked to respond to 21 statements, Selectives were asked to respond to 19 statements.

pdf 2003fdlp-surveyfindings.pdf

 
   

Documents for a Digital Democracy: A Model for the Federal Depository Library Program in the 21st Century

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) and the Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA) retained Ithaka S+R to propose a comprehensive framework for the Federal Depository Library Program ("FDLP" or the "Program") in response to changes in the environment for information dissemination and usage. For this project, Ithaka S+R staff interviewed nearly 90 individuals from 40 libraries, the Government Printing Office (GPO), and a number of other key organizations.

pdf documents-for-a-digital-democracy.pdf

 
 

31 Regional Depository Libraries Write to GPO to Voice Concern re: FDLP Issues

Letters from coordinators of regional depository libraries expressing concern over GPO's responses to two initiatives within the FDLP system.

pdf FDLP-letter-to-gpo-19oct11.pdf

 
   

White Paper: Strategic Directions for the Federal Depository Library Program

White paper concerning the future of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP). ARL argues that the FDLP strategic planning process should lead to a flexible, sustainable, reconfigured program that reflects the needs and interests of users of government information and participating libraries; embraces the digital networked environment; and importantly, encourages collaborative network-based services while ensuring a smooth and orderly transition to a new program framework.

pdf fdlp-strategic-directions-april09.pdf

 
   

Letter to Patricia A. Steele re: Concerns with FDLP (Dec. 9, 2011)

Letter from Senator Benjamin Cardin and enclosed letter from Goverment Printing Office (GPO) in response to concerns abou the Federal Depository Library Program.

pdf fdlp_cardin_sherman_ltrs_dec11.pdf

 
 
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