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Syracuse University Libraries Becomes First Institution to Preserve Newly Published Volumes for GPO

The U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO) announced that Syracuse University Libraries expanded its Preservation Steward agreement, meaning that it has pledged “to permanently preserve print collections of historical Government publications produced by GPO. Syracuse University Libraries is the first Preservation Steward to agree to preserve new volumes as they are published, as well as the historical volumes.”

Syracuse University Libraries has agreed to preserve the U.S. Code, from Volume 1 of the 1940 edition through all newly released volumes, and the Statutes at Large, from Volume 1 through all newly released volumes.

“GPO congratulates Syracuse University Libraries on being trailblazers in Government information and becoming the first library to preserve new volumes of Government information as they are published,” says Superintendent of Documents Laurie Hall. “This is a big step forward in providing access to Government information today and into the future and realizing GPO’s vision of an America Informed.”

For more information, read the press release.



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