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SeyboldReports.com. 2000. “The Editors’ Hot Picks: Ebrary.com 1021.” Available online at <http://38.241.81.30/SRPS/free/hotpicks/ebooks.html>.

Shapiro, Carl, and Hal R. Varian. 1999. Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy. Boston, Mass.: Harvard Business School Press.

Susan Spilka. 1999. “Reference Linking Service to Aid Scientists Conducting Online Research.” Press release posted to the liblicense-list <liblicense-l@lists.yale.edu> archive available online at <http://www.library.yale.edu/-llicense/ListArchives>,” John Wiley Publishers, New York, November 16.

St. Lifer, Evan, and Michael Rogers. 1996. “Lawmakers Seek Retooled Mission from LC’s Billington: But Librarian Strongly Rejects Consultant Recommendation for Alternative Approach; Gingrich Agrees.” Library Journal (June 1):14.

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Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. 1999. Who Can Tell Them What Really Happened? Los Angeles: Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. Available online at <http://www.vhf.org/>.


Tyler, Christina. 1999. “NDL Learning Center Reopens, Aids Teachers.” The Gazette, June 25, p. 1.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “Law Library’s NDL Project Gets Award for Website.” The Gazette, July 30, p. 12.


Urschel, Donna. 1999. “Pact Allows Digital Deposits of Dissertations.” The Gazette 10(04).

Urschel, Donna. 1999. “Security Plan Requires Preservation Assessments.” The Gazette, January 15, p. 3.

U.S. General Accounting Office. 1991. Report to the Librarian of Congress. Financial Audit: First Audit of the Library of Congress Discloses Significant Problems. Washington, D.C.: GAO, August 22.

U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on House Administration. 1999. “Legislative Reorganization Acts of 1946 (PL 79-601) and 1970 (PL 91-510), House of Representatives Administrative Reform Technical Corrections Act of 1996 (PL 104-186) and Rules of the House of Representatives adopted on January 6, 1999: Committee Jurisdiction.” Available online at <http://www.house.gov/cha/jurisdiction/body_jurisdiction.html>.

U.S. Office of Personnel Management. 1995. “Applying for a Federal Job.” OF 510. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.


Van de Sompel, Herbert, and Carl Lagoze. 2000. “The Santa Fe Convention of the Open Archives Initiative.” D-Lib Magazine 6(2). Available online at <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/february00/vandesompel-oai/02vandesompel-oai.html>.

Vosper, Robert. Undated. The Farmington Plan Survey: A Summary of the Separate Studies of 1957-1961. Champaign, Ill.: University of Illinois Graduate School of Library Science.


Walker, Leslie. 1999. “Data Basics: Federal Sites a Big Hit.” Washington Post, June 10, p. E7.

Wand, Patricia. 1999. “Statement before the Subcommittee on Legislative Appropriations, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives, Fiscal 2000 Budget Request.” Washington, D.C., February 10.

White, Ben. 1999. “Capitol Architect Cited in Library Fire: Investigators Note Office Has History of Safety Violations.” Washington Post, July 13, p. A17.

White, Ben. 1999. “Clicking on Hill’s Experts.” Washington Post, February 10, p. A21.

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Zolt, Stacey. 1999. “Reading Helpers: Library Program Aids the Blind.” Roll Call: Around The Hill, February 22.

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HUMAN RESOURCES

Archer, Analisa. 1999. “CRS Begins Graduate Recruit Program.” The Gazette, October 1, p. 1.

Austin, Cortez. 1999. “Meeting Mentors: Library Pilot Program Begins.” The Gazette, December 10, p. 3.


Barr, Stephen. 1999. “Executives Point to Pay As Problem: Top Managers Difficult to Recruit and Retain.” Washington Post, June 22, p. A15.

Barr, Stephen. 1999. “Federal Salaries Likely to Rise 4.8%.” Washington Post, October 10, p. A1.

Barr, Stephen. 1999. “Making a Federal Case of IT.” CIO Magazine, July 1. Available online at <http://www.cio.com/archive/070199_government.html>.

Barr, Stephen. 2000. “Retirement Wave Creates Vacuum.” Washington Post, May 7, p. A1.

Barr, Stephen. 2000. “VA Official’s Departure Emphasizes Technological Brain Drain.” Washington Post, June 4, p. C2.

Barr, Stephen, and John F. Harris. 1999. “Clinton Plans New Push to Expand Unions’ Role in Agencies’ Decisions.” Washington Post, October 5, p. A15.

Bass, Brad, and L. Scott Tillett. 1999. “Panel: Changes Can Lure IT Labor.” Federal Computer Week, March 8, p. 1. Available online at <http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/1999/FCW_030899_145.asp>.

Bauer, Claude J. 1999. “Government IT Skills Shortage Looms.” Washington Post, July 11, p. L11.

Billington, James H. 1999. “The Library of Congress Selective Placement Program for Individuals with Disabilities.” Office of the Librarian Special Announcement No. 99-15. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, October 13.

Black, Kim. 1999. “LC Workplace Ergonomics Program for Working Smarter—Using the Mouse Safely.” The Gazette, May 7, p. 9.

Blacks in Government, Library of Congress Chapter. 1999. “Library of Congress Moves to Oust Employees Fighting Discrimination.” Press release, August 2.

Booz-Allen & Hamilton. 1996. Management Review of the Library of Congress. Prepared for the U.S. General Accounting Office, Washington, D.C., May 7.

Bureau of National Affairs Labor Daily. 1992. “Library of Congress Promotion Policies Violate Title VII, District Court Rules.” August 26.

Bureau of National Affairs Labor Daily. 1993. “Library of Congress Hiring Plan Defended at House Oversight Hearing.” March 22.


Carter, Constance. 1999. “Nation’s Reference Librarians Serve All Who Seek Information.” The Gazette, pp. 6-9.

Causey, Mike. 1999. “At the Library of Congress, Employees Sing for Their Subsidies.” Washington Post, July 19, p. B7.

Chief Information Officers Council. Undated. “Investing in Human Capital—An Organizational Priority.” Washington, D.C.: Chief Information Officers Council. Available online at <http://www.cio.gov/docs/investinginhumancapital.htm>.

Coley, Dorothy. 2000. “Detail Program Provides Career Opportunities.” The Gazette, April 7, p. 5.


Date, Shruti. 2000. “ATF Uses Banding System to Lift IT Pay.” Government Computer News, June 12. Available online at <http://www.gcn.com/vol19_no15/community/2196-1.html>.


Ferris, Nancy. 1999. “CIOs on the Go.” Government Executive 31(3): 18-34.

Fineberg, Gail. 1996. “$8.5 Million Cook Payout Cleared.” The Gazette, November 29, p. 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1998. “DLC Assesses Progress, Change at LC.” The Gazette, June 12, p. 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1998. “Scott: Staff Ideas Merit Consideration.” The Gazette, January 9, p. 3.

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Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “LC Internal University Trains Teams in Action.” The Gazette, February 12, p. 11.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “Staff Chosen for LC Leadership Development.” The Gazette, September 17, p. 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “Strategic Plan: HRS Forms New Partnerships.” The Gazette, November 19, p. 1.


Gazette, The. 1999. “Judge Considers Cook Dispute.” March 5, p. 2.

Gazette, The. 1999. “Smith Takes the Helm at LC HR.” June 25, p. 1.

Gazette, The. 1999. “Veteran Auditor Named LC’s Inspector General.” February 12, p. 6.

George, James. 1999. “Training.” C&L News and Views 1(June-October): 5.


Harreld, Heather. 1999. “Tight Budgets Pinch Training, CIOs Report.” Federal Computer Week 13(2): 1. Available online at <http://208.201.97.5/pubs/fcw/1999/jan25/fcw-newstrain-1-25-99.html>.

Harreld, Heather. 2000. “E-recruitment.” Federal Computer Week, May 1. Available online at <http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2000/0501/cov-box2-05-01-00.asp>.


Keller, Amy. 1999. “Staffer Sues Library for Race Discrimination.” Roll Call: News Scoops, December 6.

Kelly, JoAnn. 1999. “Library of Congress in Dispute Over Settlement in Bias Case.” The Hill, April 7, p. 1.


Library of Congress. 1998. Fairness and Equal Opportunity at the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. 1999. Library of Congress 1999 Pilot Mentoring Program. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. 1999. “Mission-Critical Education and Training Matrix.” Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress, Communications Task Force. 1996. Improving Management Employee Relations by Creating Better Internal Communications Processes: Management Improvement Plan Objective 3.1. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, September 30.

Library of Congress. Undated. Leadership Development Program. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.


National Academy of Public Administration. 1997. Library of Congress Human Resources Services Study. Washington, D.C.: Center for Human Resources Management, NAPA, August-September.

National Academy of Public Administration. 1999. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: A Study of Governance and Management, Executive Summary. Washington, D.C.: NAPA.


Pershing, Ben. 1999. “Library Unions to File Complaint on Fire Systems.” Roll Call, May 6, p. 12.


Tillett, L. Scott. 1999. “Lugar Looks to Boost USDA CIO Authority.” Federal Computer Week, May 10, p. 6. Available online at <http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/1999/FCW_051099_466.asp>.

Trescott, Jacqueline. 1999. “Holocaust Museum Scrutiny: Report Cites Need for Strengthened Management.” Washington Post, Aug. 18, p. C1.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “Program Opens Jobs to Persons with Disabilities.” The Gazette, October 22, p. 1.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “Zich Retired, But His Work for LC Isn’t Finished.” The Gazette, October 8, p. 4.


U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on House Administration, Subcommittee on Libraries and Memorials. 1990. Underrepresentation of Minorities in Supergrade Positions and Above at the Library of Congress, April 26, 1990: Hearing, Testimony, Statements, Letters, Report.

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U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Libraries and Memorials, Committee on House Administration Jointly with Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. 1993. Library of Congress Personnel Policies and Procedures, March 18, 1993, Joint Hearings.

U.S. Office of Personnel Management. 1994. “Federal Hiring Process More Direct for Qualified Applicants.” Press release, November 16. Available online at <http://www.opm.gov/pressrel/1994/PR941116.htm>.


Wall Street Journal. 1999. “Work Week: A Special News Report About Life on the Job—and Trends Taking Shape There.” August 31, p. A1.

Wall Street Journal. 2000. “Libraries Compete for Staff with Dot-Coms Seeking Information Managers.” May 4, p. A1.

Weeks, Linton. 1995. “The Continuing Hurt of History: Black Library Staff Express Shock at Plantation Exhibit.” Washington Post, December 22, p. C1.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Advanced Digital Information Corporation. 1999. ADIC Data Protection Case Study: Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. July. Available online at <http://www.adic.com>.

Allen, J. 1995. Natural Language Understanding, 2nd ed. Redwood City, Calif.: Benjamin/ Cummings.

Anthes, Gary H. 1991. “GAO Report Lauds FBI System, Pans Library of Congress IS.” ComputerWorld 25(37): 101.


Baker, James M., and George E. Klechefski. 1998. Risk Analysis Study for a Representative Magnetic Tape Collection. Michael K. Hoel, ed. Preservation Research and Testing Series No. 9808. Prepared for the Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress.

Bearman, David, et al. 1999. “A Common Model to Support Interoperable Metadata.” D-Lib Magazine 5(1). Available online at <http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january99/bearman/01bearman.html>.

Bjerring, Andrew K., and Bill St. Arnaud. Undated. “Optical Internets and Their Role in Future Telecommunications Systems.” Draft. Available online at <http://www.canet3.net/frames/papers.html>.

Brickley, Dan, Jane Hunter, and Carl Lagoze. 1999. ABC: A Logical Model for Metadata Interoperability, Harmony Discussion Note. Available online at <http://www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/discovery/harmony/docs/abc/abc_draft.html>.


Chen, Eva, Corinna Fales, and Julie Thompson. 1997. “Digitized Primary Source Documents from the Library of Congress in History and Social Studies Curriculum.” Library Trends 45(4): 664-675.

Chen, Peter. 1985. Entity-Relationship Approach: The Use of ER Concept in Knowledge Representation. Washington, D.C.: IEEE Computer Society Press.

Chen, Peter. 1991. The Entity-Relationship Approach to Logical Database Design. Wellesley, Mass.: QED Information Sciences.

Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council. 2000. The Digital Dilemma: Intellectual Property in the Information Age. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council. 2000. Making IT Better: Expanding the Scope of Information Technology to Meet Society’s Needs. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.

Computer Systems Laboratory. 1997. Report for the Library of Congress: Establishing an Incident Handling Capability. Gaithersburg, Md.: National Institute of Standards and Technology, May 29.

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Congressional Research Service. 1998. The Legislative Information System: 1999 Objectives and Plans for the Retrieval System. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, November 30.

Croft, W. Bruce, ed. 2000. Advances in Information Retrieval: Recent Research from the Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.


Fellbaum, Christiane. WordNet—An Electronic Lexical Database. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, p. 423.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “Experts Work Nonstop to Fix ILS During This Shakedown Period.” The Gazette, September 10, p. 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “LC Celebrates ILS Launch; Thanks Staff.” The Gazette 10(38): 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “LC Home Page Redesigned for Wider Appeal.” The Gazette 10(3): 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “Library’s Manual Shelflist Operation Goes Online with LC ILS.” The Gazette, July 30, p. 8.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “No Small Order, Staff Replaces 2,300 PCs for ILS.” The Gazette, July 2, p. 1.

Fineberg, Gail. 1999. “Work Begins in LC ILS on Day 1 of Cataloging.” The Gazette, July 30, p. 1.

Fischer, Audrey. 1999. “Sun Server Lends Bright Future to ILS.” The Gazette, June 11, p. 1.

Fischer, Audrey. Undated. Preparing for the 21st Century: Information Technology at the Library of Congress in the 1990s and Beyond.

Foot, Richard. 1998. “Automating the British Library: A Case Study in Project Implementation.” New Library World 99(1140): 69-71.

Frank, Diane. 2000. “Hackers Deface Library of Congress Site.” Federal Computer Week, January 19. Available online at <http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2000/0117/web-lochack-01-19-00.asp>.


Gazette, The. 1999. “LC ILS ADA/Ergonomics Announcement.” June 11, p. 11.

Government Accountants Journal, The. 1998. Annual Technology Issue—Preparing for Tomorrow’s Way of Doing Business. Vol. 47, No. 2.

Gribben, Jim. 1999. “Information Technology—News You Can Use.” C&L News and Views 1(5): 4.

Gumbel, Peter. 1999. “Making History: Steven Spielberg’s Oral History of Holocaust Survivors Has Videotaped 50,000 Interviews. Now Comes the Hard Part.” Wall Street Journal, March 22, p. R9.


Hammer, Rhonda, and Douglas Kellner. 1999. “Multimedia Pedagogy for the New Millennium.” Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 42(7): 522.

Hiles, Andrew. 1999. Complete Guide to IT Service Level Agreements: Matching Service Quality to Business Needs. Brookfield, Conn.: Philip Jan Rothstein.


International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Study Group on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. 1998. Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records: Final Report. Munich: K.G. Saur.

International Technology Research Institute, World Technology Division. 1999. Digital Information Organization in Japan. Baltimore, Md.: Loyola College in Maryland. Available online at <http://itri.loyola.edu/digilibs/toc.htm>.


Lacity, Mary C., Leslie P. Willcocks, and David F. Feeny. 1995. “IT Outsourcing: Maximize Flexibility and Control.” Harvard Business Review 73(3): 84-93.

Lagoze, Carl, and S. Payette. 2000. “Metadata: Foundation for Image Management and Use.” Moving Theory into Practice: Digital Imaging for Libraries and Archives, A.R. Kenney and O.Y. Rieger, eds. Mountain View, Calif.: Research Libraries Group.

Lagoze, Carl, Clifford Lynch, and Ron Daniel, Jr. 1996. “The Warwick Framework: A Container Architecture for Aggregating Sets of Metadata.” Cornell Computer Science Technical Report TR96-1593. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, June. Available online at <http://www.ncstrl.org:80/Dienst/UI/2.0/Describe/ncstrl.cornell/TR96-1593>.

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Lawrence, S., and C.G. Giles. 1999. “Search Engines Fall Short.” Science 285(5426): 295.

Library of Congress. 1993. Delivering Electronic Information in a Knowledge-Based Democracy: Summary of Conference Proceedings, July 14, 1993. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. 1995. About the Copyright Office Electronic Registration, Recordation and Deposit System (CORDS) via the INTERNET. SL-11-July 1995. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. 1995. Duplication Among Legislative Tracking Systems: Findings. Report prepared for the House and Senate Appropriations Committees pursuant to House Report 103-517. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, July 14.

Library of Congress. 1995. LCR 1620, Computer Security Policy of the Library of Congress (Computer Security Act of 1987, Public Law 100-235). Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, November 22.

Library of Congress. 1996. “Integrated Library System Concept, Library of Congress” [figure]. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, December.

Library of Congress. 1996. A Plan for a New Legislative Information System for the United States Congress, Pursuant to Public Law 104-53. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, February 16.

Library of Congress. 1997. The Case for an Integrated Library System at the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, January 17.

Library of Congress. 1997. “Statement of Work—ILS. Section C: Description, Specification, Work Statement (RFP97-12).” Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. 1999. “Library of Congress Launches Web-Braille on the Internet for Blind and Visually Impaired Library Users.” Library of Congress Bicentennial 1800-2000 News. Press release, PR 99-147, October 5.

Library of Congress. 1999. National Digital Library Program File Formats. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress, ILS Workstation Steering Group. 1999. “Using the Cataloging Macros.” June 2.

Library of Congress, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. 1998. Digital Talking Books: Planning for the Future. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress, Systems Development Group. 1998. System Development Life Cycle Methodology for Internet Application Development. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

Library of Congress. Undated. “Technical Notes on Formats for Digital Reproductions.” Available online at <http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/award/html/technical_notes1.html>.

Lohr, Steve, with John Markoff. 1999. “Internet Fuels Revival of Centralized ‘Big Iron’ Computing.” The New York Times on the Web, Technology, May 21, pp. 1-9. Available online at <http://www.nytimes.com/library/tech/99/05/biztech/articles/19net.htm>.


Manns, Basil. 1998. Testing and Monitoring the CD Audio Collection—Part 1: Baseline Report for Natural Aging Study. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Research and Testing Division, Library of Congress, October.

McKiernan, Gerry. 1999. “Embedded Multimedia in Electronic Journals.” Multimedia Information and Technology 24(4): 338-343.

McNealy, Scott. 1999. “Why We Don’t Want You to Buy Our Software.” The Wall Street Journal, September 1.

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Majeska, Marilyn Lundell. 1988. Talking Book: Pioneering and Beyond. Washington, D.C.: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.


Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress. 1999. Dublin Core/MARC/GILS Crosswalk. Available online at <http://lcweb.loc.gov/marc/dccross.html>.

Noam, Eli M. 1998. “Will Books Become the Dumb Medium?” Educom Review (March/ April): 18.

Nugent, William R. 1997. Digitizing Library Collections for Preservation and Archiving: A Handbook for Curators. Preservation Research and Testing Series No. 9705. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress, May.


Ohnemus, Edward. 1996. “LC Plans for Integrated Library System.” The Gazette, November 29.


Picture Elements, Inc. 1995. “Guidelines for Electronic Preservation of Visual Materials, Part 1.” Submitted to the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., March 2.


Research Libraries Group. 1999. AMICO Library: This Year, Add the AMICO Library to Your Information Resources. Mountain View, Calif.: RLG. See also <http://www.rlg.org/amico/>.

Research Libraries Group. 1999. Archival Resources: Bringing the World’s Archives to the Desktop. Mountain View, Calif.: RLG. Home page available online at <http://www.rlg.org>.

Resnick, Paul. 1997. “Filtering Information on the Internet.” Scientific American (March): 106-108. Available online at <http://www.sciam.com/0397issue/0397resnick.html>.

Rohrbach, Peter T. 1985. FIND: Automation at the Library of Congress. The First Twenty-five Years and Beyond. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.


Smith, Abby. 1999. Why Digitize? Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources.

Sowa, J.F. 2000. Knowledge Representation: Logical, Philosophical, and Computational Foundations. Pacific Grove, Calif.: Brooks/Cole.

Sparc-Jones, K., and P. Willett, eds. 1997. Readings in Information Retrieval. Los Angeles: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.

Storm, William D. 1998. Unified Strategy for the Preservation of Audio and Video Materials, Updated Ed. Preservation Research and Testing Series No. 9806. Washington, D.C.: Preservation Directorate, Library of Congress.


Thorin, Suzanne E., ed. 1986. “Automation at the Library of Congress: Insider Views.” Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress Professional Association.

Tolly, Kevin. 1998. “Frames Reaffirmed at ATM’s Expense.” Network Magazine, September, p. 60-64.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “CDS Keeps Up with Shift to ILS.” The Gazette, September 10, p. 3.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “Digital Scan Center Handles Rare, Fragile Materials for Digital Preservation.” The Gazette, October 22, p. 6.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “ILS to Make Book Loans Easier.” The Gazette, July 30, p. 1.

Tyler, Christina. 1999. “ILS Training Will Not Stop After Start Dates.” The Gazette, July 23, p. 6.


Urschel, Donna. 1999. “Tillett: ILS ‘On Track’ for 1999.” The Gazette, February 5, p. 8.


Williams, Larry. 1999. “Search Engines Not Keeping Up with Torrent of Accessible Info.” Mercury News, July 7.

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ADDITIONAL MATERIAL ON OR FROM THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

Arms, Caroline. 1999. “Getting the Picture: Observations from the Library of Congress on Providing Online Access to Pictorial Images.” Library Trends, 48(2): 379-409. Available online at <http://memory.loc.gov/ammen/techdocs/libt1999/libt1999.html>.


Becker, Herbert S. 1996. “ILS Business Case.” Memorandum from Herbert S. Becker, director, Information Technology Services, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., to Tabb, Tillett, Hayduchok, Wiggins, Zimmerman, Kresh, Webster. Draft, November 27.

Becker, Herbert S. 1999. “Library of Congress Telephone Directory June 1999.” Memorandum from Herbert S. Becker, director, Information Technology Services, Library of Congress, to Library staff, August 9.

Billington, James H. 1987. “The Librarian of Congress to Members of the Library Staff.” Memorandum, December 22.

Bryant, Thomas. 1999. “Memorandum from Thomas Bryant, director of Planning Management and Evaluation Directorate, Library of Congress, to Participants and Others, Distributing the Minutes of the Strategic Planning Committee Meeting of January 5.”

Burke, Michael D. 1999. “Constraints to Progress.” Memorandum. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Copyright Office, Library of Congress, March 5.


Campbell, Laura. 1999. “Digital Library Vision Statement from the NDL.” Draft statement from Laura Campbell, Library of Congress, to Alan Inouye, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., April 12.

Campbell, Laura. 1999. “National Digital Library: A Presentation by Laura Campbell at the Australian National Library Council.” February.

Cohen, Cliff. 1999. “LS Constraints.” Memorandum from Cliff Cohen, Library Services, Library of Congress, to Virginia Sorkin, Office of the Librarian, Library of Congress, February 26.

Cohen, Cliff. 1999. “Response to Action #6—Fort Meade, Full Operation of Module MDEP.” Memorandum from Cliff Cohen, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., to Kathy Williams, budget officer, Financial Services Directorate, Library of Congress, September 2.

Cohen, Cliff. 1999. “Response to Action #7—Preventive Preservation.” Memorandum from Cliff Cohen, Library of Congress, to Kathy Williams, budget officer, Financial Services Directorate, Library of Congress, September 2.

Cohen, Cliff. 1999. “Response to Action #15 Relating to the Capitalizing on ILS MDEP.” Memorandum from Cliff Cohen, Library of Congress, to Kathy Williams, budget officer, Financial Services Directorate, Library of Congress, September 2.

Congressional Research Service. 1996. Supporting the Legislative Work of the Congress in a Period of Fiscal Constraint. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, February.

Congressional Research Service. 1998. A Report on the Congressional Legislation Information System Program Plan. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, March 30.

Congressional Research Service. 1999. “Congressional Policy Concerning the Distribution of CRS Written Products to the Public.” March 9.

Congressional Research Service. 1999. Social Security Briefing Book. Briefing book is updated periodically and is available through the CRS staff-only Web site; for a copy of this briefing book or others, contact CRS or your member of Congress.

Congressional Research Service. 1999. “Summary of CBO Preliminary Worksheet for S.1578 [105th Congress]—CRS Website for Public Use.” Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, March 8.

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Congressional Research Service. 1999. Tobacco Briefing Book. Briefing book is updated periodically and is available through the CRS staff-only Web site; for a copy of this briefing book or others, contact CRS or your member of Congress.

Congressional Research Service, Office of Information Resources Management. 1999. “CRS Information Hub.” Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, April 12.

Curran, Donald C. 1987. “Memorandum to CAP Members, SISP Project Team, and Department Liaison Group about the Library of Congress Strategic Information System Plan.” August 19.


Evans, Angela. 1999. “FY01 AOC MDEP Follow-up Actions on Succession Planning.” Memorandum from Angela Evans, deputy director, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., to Kathy Williams, budget officer, Financial Services Directorate, August 23.


Global Legal Information Network. Undated. Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), Digital Law Library. Viewgraph presentation.


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Library of Congress. 1999. Information Technology Infrastructure for Creation, Storage and Preservation of Digital Reproductions and Provision of Access through American Memory. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, February 17.

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Library of Congress. 1999. Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Execution and Evaluation System, Fiscal 2001-2005, Management Decision Package (MDEP) Justification. MDEP Detailed Schedule for Fiscal 2001 Budget Sessions and Fiscal 2001 MDEP Follow up Actions. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

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Library of Congress. 1999. Planning, Programming, Budgeting, Execution and Evaluation System, Fiscal 2001-2005, Management Decision Package (MDEP) Justification. Title of New Initiative—MDEP: Base Funding for Police Positions Established Under Public Law 105-277 (Emergency Supplemental Funding for Security Enhancements). Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress.

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Digital information and networks challenge the core practices of libraries, archives, and all organizations with intensive information management needs in many respects—not only in terms of accommodating digital information and technology, but also through the need to develop new economic and organizational models for managing information. LC21: A Digital Strategy for the Library of Congress discusses these challenges and provides recommendations for moving forward at the Library of Congress, the world’s largest library. Topics covered in LC21 include digital collections, digital preservation, digital cataloging (metadata), strategic planning, human resources, and general management and budgetary issues. The book identifies and elaborates upon a clear theme for the Library of Congress that is applicable more generally: the digital age calls for much more collaboration and cooperation than in the past. LC21 demonstrates that information-intensive organizations will have to change in fundamental ways to survive and prosper in the digital age.

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