Tag Archives: government documents

AALL Hackathon – July 2014

A guest contribution from Jenny Wondracek, RIPS-SIS Chair At the AALL Annual Meeting this past July, RIPS-SIS joined together with GD-SIS, CS-SIS, and SR-SIS to sponsor the AALL Hackathon. The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) also provided much time, … Continue reading

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Good news and bad news for government publications

The Good: In my original post on this topic, When Government Publications Disappear, I mentioned that Senator McCain had introduced a bill to prevent the GPO from printing any copies of the Congressional Record.  On Wednesday, March 30th, Senators Coburn … Continue reading

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Disappearing government publications update

This is just a short post to update readers on the activities surrounding the disappearance of several government publications, including the Census publications Statistical Abstract, State and Metropolitan Area Data Book, County and City Data Book, USA Counties, and Quick … Continue reading

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When government publications disappear…

Last week, there was a flurry of activity on the GovDoc-L listserv, which is composed mainly of government documents librarians from around the country. The first issue arose when it came to light that the 2012 budget proposal does not … Continue reading

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