Happy Halloween! I hope you are enjoying a day filled with candy and other treats. If you need a break from the goblins and ghouls, please take a look at the October Edition of the Washington E-bulletin. This edition includes a reminder to sign on to the 21st Century Right to Know Transparency Recommendations, a summary of highlights from the Fall Depository Conference and Meeting, chapter announcements, and more.
Here is the Table of Contents from the October Edition:
TAKE ACTION NOW
-Act Now to Endorse Transparency Recommendations for the Next President!
UPDATES FROM THE HILL AND THE WASHINGTON OFFICE
-As Congress Enters Lame Duck Session, AALL Looks Ahead
-Highlights from the Fall Depository Conference and Meeting
-EPA Reopens Libraries, Calls for Comments on Information Access Strategy
-Expert Committee Releases E- Rulemaking Recommendations
OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY: CHAPTER NEWS
-LLAGNY and SNELLA to Hold Events on Digital Authentication
FREE TIME WELL SPENT: Further Reading for the Information Policy Junkie
-Federal Agencies Launch Digitization Initiative
-General Services Administration Experiments with Social Media
-Government Computer News Article on Electronic Preservation
[Posted by Emily Feldman]