Regional Status Changes Effective
- Last Updated: November 20 2012
- Published: October 07 2011
The Library of Michigan and University of Nevada, Reno are no longer serving as regional depository libraries for the selective libraries in their states. The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) appreciates the many years of service that these libraries have provided as regionals.
With the change of these libraries to selective library status, as well as Wyoming's termination of their service agreement with the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2009, there are now three states without regional depositories to carry out their regional responsibilities.
Libraries without a regional are reminded that they may not weed their physical collections or substitute depository material until a new regional library or an approved service agreement is put into place to provide regional services.
Libraries in the states of Wyoming, Nevada, and Michigan remain an integral part of the network of Federal depository libraries. Depository staff there are encouraged to contact GPO anytime if they have any questions.