ARCHIVED: 1995 Washington Brief

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  • Legislative and Regulatory Update -July 18, 1995

    Legislative efforts of the 104th Congress
    Develop a framework to assist policymakers in planning for the electronic future
    Other federal information access efforts;GPO ACCESS System, LC's THOMAS System, NTIS and OTA
    Some corresponding state issues and our initiatives there
  • Legislative and Regulatory Update - June 1995

    Charting the Future of Federal Information Dissemination and Access
    Legislative Update
    And Now, A Note of Thanks
  • Legislative and Regulatory Update - July 18, 1995

    Paperwork Reduction Act
    Citation Reform and Public Domain Databases
    Copyright
  • Legislative and Regulatory Update - December 1995

    And the Beat Goes On...
    Legislative Branch Appropriations
    Telecommunications
    National Technical Information Service
    EDGAR
    PACER
    LA Board of Supervisors Decision
    New NII Reports
    Final note
  • Legislative and Regulatory Update Supplement - July 1995

    TELECOM BILL PASSES SENATE: EXON AMENDMENT SURVIVES
    FY 1996 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS PASSES HOUSE: GPO BUDGET FURTHER SLASHED
  • AALL Newsletter - September 1995

    Bringing Federal Information Policy and the Depository Library Program into the Electronic Age: Amending Title 44
    FY 1996 Legislative Branch Appropriations, HR 1854
    Forum on Government Information Policy, July 20-21, 1995
    House Oversight Hearing, August 1, 1995
    Where Do We Go From There?
  • AALL Newsletter - October 1995

    Follow-up on HR 1854, Legislative Branch Appropriations--the GPO Study
  • AALL Newsletter - July 1995

    Telecommunications Reform and Legislative Branch Appropriations--What's the Link and Why Should We Worry?
    S. 652, the Telecommunications Competition and Deregulation Act of 1995
    FY 1996 Legislative Branch Appropriations
    Now, how these bills intersect and why we should be so concerned.
  • Washington Office Activities- November 1995

    Chapter Outreach
    L.A. County Database
    White Paper Summary
    EDGAR Available on the Internet
    NIIAC Principles
    OPM Library Closes
    Office of Technology Assessment Eliminated
    E-Mail Regulations Released by NARA