28 DttP [i] (2000)

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  A  Quarterly Journal of Government Information

                                       Practice and Perspective                         4


                                                                                     GODORT



Contents



From the Editor .................. ...................................  2
From the Chair ........................... ..........................  2
Internet Waves .................... ...... ............................  5
International Documents Roundup ......................... .. ........... 9


Government Information Issues in the 21st Century
Papers from the Second Delyte W. Morris Symposium on Information Issues
Part I
   In Memoriam: Jeanne Hurley  Simon  .................................  12
      Carolvn A. Snvder
   Introduction  ...................................................... 13
     Barbara G. Preece
   GPO's Government Information Dissemination Programs ...............  13
     Francis J. Buckly, JI:
   Why Government Information? . ............................    ..... 17
     Ju/ia F Wa//aft


Budget Report ......... .................  .................. ....25
Slate of Candidates for the Year 2000 ALA Election ......................... 28
Recommendations for GPO Depository Council Announced ................. 29
Award Winners Announced .....................9....................29
Proposed Bylaw Changes ............    ........................... 31
Report of the GODORT Liaison to the ALCTS Committee on
   Cataloging: Description and Access .     ...        . ....... . 32
1999-2000 Directory of Officers ....... .............  ................... 34

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