1 DttP 1 (1972-1973)

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    MAY 2 4 1978                      Issued by the ALA's
                                      Government Documents Round Table
                                      September 1972



1)  Project Personal Contact
    To get government documents listed
in Monthly Catalog, Government Reports
Announcements, Monthly Checklist of
State Documents, etc.
    Personal visits to federal agency
regional offices & field offices, state
agencies & local agencies, etc., to urge
them to send their material to the list-
ing agencies.  If you can't visit-write.
Send copies to the agency's director,
public affairs officer, librarian and to
GPO, LC, NTIS, and your Congressman.

2)  Cataloging in Publication &
      Government Documents
    Convince government agencies and
GPO to participate in CIP.
    Personal visits and letters to
government agencies. Letters of
support for the project to LC, GPO and
your Congressmen.

Coordinator's Report --------- p.4-7

Directory of Documents
Librarians ----------------

p. 19

FLIRT Officers ---------------p. 3

GDRT Officers --------------- p.2,3

GDRT Projects ---------------- p.

New England Documents Task
Group   -------------------- p.15-17

Pentagon Papers ------------ p. 4

Proposal to the Intellectual Freedom
Committee concerning government
documents/depository library system
program  for review by the IFC at the
annual  conference, June 1972,
Recommendations to IFC  ---- p.17,18

Task Force Reports ---------


     (For the best effect everyone
should attempt to make the visit in

PURPOSE:  The purposes of the Government Documents Round Table are: a) to
provide a forum for discussion of problems, concerns, and for exchange of
ideas by librarians working with government documents; b) to provide a force
for initiating and supporting programs to increase availability, use, and biblio-
graphic control of documents; c) to Increase communication between documents
librarians and other librarians; d) to contribute to the extension and improve-
ment of education and training of documents librarians.

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