FDLP

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FDLPFederal Depository Library Program
FDLPFederal Direct Loan Program
FDLPFord Direct Lending Program (federal student loan program)
FDLPFailure to Display License Plate
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Through its partners, HathiTrust has developed a valuable complement to the Federal Depository Library Program, expanding access beyond print distribution, and helping to realize the goal of wider access to federal information.
Chapter 1, "Introduction to People's Information," sets the stage with background on and history of government information, including an overview of the Federal Depository Library program.
This contracting mechanism features provisions for capturing federal documents electronically, which will significantly assist our efforts to broaden the availability of federal information for public access and reduce the incidence of "fugitive documents"--documents that belong in the Federal Depository Library Program but which don't get included, frequently because of printing performed outside GPO programs.
Schonfeld and Ross House-wright, Documents for a Digital Democracy: A Model For the Federal Depository Library Program in the 21st Century, ([New York]: ITHAKA, 2009), www.
For example, the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) was created, among other reasons, to promote democracy and bring government closer to the people through more local dissemination and access points to government information.
The DOI Library became a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) in 1895.
Government Printing Office (GPO), led the session The Once and Future Federal Depository Library Program.
The ideal of the free flow of government information to the people grew into the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), with libraries in every state as a means to achieve that ideal.
Electronic Publications in the Federal Depository Library Program Pilot Project Report.
Government Publishing Office (GPO) designates Alaska's Tuzzy Consortium Library as a new all-digital member of GPO's Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP).
Each library is part of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), which offers the public access to published information for all branches of the federal government in print and electronic formats through its agreements with about 1,200 libraries throughout the country.
Administrative Notes; Newsletter of the Federal Depository Library Program 13/9 (1992): 6-8.
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