Public Access to Government Information in the 21st Century

Public Access to Government Information in the 21st Century

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Presents proceedings of the hearings held in June a July 1996. Testimony from: U.S. Senators, U.S. District Court Judge Royce C. Lamberth, the U.S. Government Printing Office; Nat. Tech. Info. Service; Government Documents Librarian; Amer. Library Assoc.; Univ. of Pittsburgh; Prof. of Computer Science; Univ. of Virginia; Interactive Services Assoc.; U.S. Nat. Commission on Libraries a Info. Science; Info. Industry Assoc.; ABC Advisors Inc.; LEXIS-NEXIS; Nat. Archives a Records Admin.; Printing Industries of Amer.; Claitor's Law Books; Office of Mgmt. a Budget; Departments of Justice, Commerce, a Interior.All media formats are included in the Act and NTIS is specifically directed to explore and develop new electronic ... an image of the requested document via Internet for print-out at a remote location of the customers choice. ... This system is now operational and we are ready to begin to work directly with a small set of libraries to get the bugs out. ... might start with the Regional Depositories as they tend to be the best equipped and could help guide us to a smooth and efficient operation.

Title:Public Access to Government Information in the 21st Century
Author:DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1998-05


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