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83 Stat. 190.

July 20, 1970

Pub. Law 91-345

84 STAT, 442 service for grade (S-18 in section 3332 of title i, l'nited States ('ode, 35 F. R. 6247. including traveltime, and while so serving on the business of the ('ommission away from their homes or regular places of business, they may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by section 5703 of title 5, United States Code, for persons employed intermittently in the Government service.

(c)(1) The Commission is authorized to appoint, without regard to Professional the provisions of title 5, United States ('ode, covering appointments in and technical the competitive service, such professional and teclinical personnel as

personnel, may be necessary to enable it to carry out its function under this Act. appointment.

80 Stat. 378. (2) The Commission may procure, without regard to the civil serve jce or classification laws, temporary and intermittent services of such personnel as is necessary to the extent authorized by section 3109 of title 5, United States Code, but at rates not to exceed the rate specified at the time of such service for grade GS-18 in section 5332 of title :, United States Code, including traveltime, and while so serving on the business of the Conimission away from their hoines or regular places of business they may be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, is authorized by section 5703 of title j, linited States ('ode, for persons employed intermittently in the Government service.

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JUTITORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIOX8

Sec. 7. There are hereby authorized to be approprinted $500,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1970, and $750,000 for the fiscal year ending June 330), 1971, and for each sucreeding year, for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this.let.

Approved July 20, 1970.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY :

HOUSE REPORTS: No. 91-240 accompanying H.R. 10666 (Comm, on Education

and labor) and No. 91-1226 (Comm. of Conference).
SENATE REPORT No. 91-196 (Com, on labor and Public Welfare).
CONGRESS IONAL RECORD:

vol, 115 (1969): May 23, considered and passed Senate.
Vol. 116 (1970): April 20, considered and passed House, amended,

in lieu of H.R. 10666.
June 29, House agreed to conference report.
July 6, Senate agreed to conference report.

Appendix II
List of Commission Members

Andrew A. Aines, Senior Staff Associate, Office of Science Information Service, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. (1976) William O. Baker, President, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey (1975) Joseph Becker, President, Becker and Hayes Division, John Wiley and Sons, Los Angeles, California (1979) Frederick Burkhardt, President-Emeritus, American Council of Learned Societies, New York (1975) Daniel W. Casey, Immediate Past President, American Library Trustee Association, Syracuse, New York (1978) Harold C. Crotty, President, Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes, Detroit, Michigan (1977) Carlos A. Cuadra, General Manager, SDC Search Service, System Development Corporation, Santa Monica, California (1979) Leslie W. Dunlap, Dean, Library Administration, The University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa (1975) Martin Goland, President, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas (1977) Louis A. Lerner, Publisher, Lerner Home Newspapers, Chicago, Illinois (1977) John Lorenz (Ex Officio), The Acting Librarian of Congress, U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Bessie Boehm Moore, Coordinator, Economic and Environmental Education, State Department of Education, Little Rock, Arkansas (1978) Catherine D. Scott, Librarian, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. (1976) Julia Li Wu, Head Librarian, Virgil Junior High School, Los Angeles, California (1978) John E. Velde, Jr., Velde, Roelfs and Company, Pekin, Illinois (1979)

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Former Commission Members
John G. Kemeny, President, Dartmouth College, Hanover,
New Hampshire (1973)
L. Quincy Mumford (Ex Officio), The Librarian of Congress,
U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. (retired, 1975)
Alfred R. Zipf, Executive Vice President, Bank of America, San
Francisco, California (1973)

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Appendix III
List of Commission Staff

Alphonse F. Trezza
Executive Director
Douglas S. Price
Deputy Director
Mary Alice Hedge Reszetar
Associate Director

Barbara K. Cranwell
Executive Secretary
Carl C. Thompson
Administrative Assistant
Martha D. Quigley
Secretary, Special Assignments

Former Commission Staff
Charles H. Stevens
Executive Director

Roderick G. Swartz
Deputy Director
Linda R. Ulrich
Administrative Assistant

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Index

Abstracting services 36, 51
See also Information retrieval

systems
Academic libraries 2, 19, 79, 85
Access 2, 4, 16, 17, 32, 34, 42, 59, 63
Access protocol 50
Accessibility 51, 86
Accounting See ACCOUNTS
Accounts 55
Acknowledgments viii
Acquiring See ACQUISITIONS

AND CATALOGING
Acquisitions and cataloging 19,

31, 34, 54, 68, 69
Administratively autonomous 45
AECT See ASSOCIATION FOR

EDUCATIONAL COMMU.
NICATION AND TECH.

NOLOGY
Affiliation 63
ALA See AMERICAN LIBRARY

ASSOCIATION
"Alternatives for Financing the

Public Library” 79
American Association of School

Libraries 79
American child, Development of

15
American Indians 4, 40, 42
American Library Association 16,

51, 52, 79
American Library Association's

Standards 23
American Library Directory 79
American National Standards In-

ANSI standardization program

See AMERICAN NA.
TIONAL STANDARDS
INSTITUTE STAND.

ARDIZATION PROGRAM
Approach See ACCESS
Appropriations 21, 49, 72
Appropriation authorization 91
Armed Forces 2
Asian Americans 4, 41
Association for Educational Com-

munication and Technology

16,51, 79
Attitudinal 37
Audio 57
Audiovisual materials 1, 3, 6, 7,

16, 24
Authors ix, 9, 29
Automated methods 69
Automated systems 13

See also Computer software
Automation 44

See also Computers
Availability 4, 15, 18, 69, 86

Barriers 36, 38
Benefits 63, 69
Bibliographic 16, 52, 55, 66, 68
Bibliographic access 25, 33, 86
Bibliographic data 33, 69, 86
Bibliographic data banks 52, 54,

55
See also On-line communica-

tions
Ohio College Library Center

Computer data bases
Bibliographic resources See BIB-

LIOGRAPHIC ACCESS
Bibliographic services 34, 38, 69
Bibliographic standards 21, 50, 51,

stitute 51
American National Standards In-

stitute Standardization Pro

52, 53, 67, 68
Bibliographic system 52, 61

grams 50

ANSI See AMERICAN NA-

TIONAL STANDARDS IN-
STITUTE

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