FDLP

Public Printer visits the Robert Crown Law Library at Stanford University

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(From left to right): Bob Tapella; Paul Lomio (Law Library director); Carl Malamud (public.resource.org); Roland Vogl (Executive Director of the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology); Erika Wayne (Law Library deputy director); Brian Provenzale (E-resources & Serials Librarian)
Public Printer Bob Tapella visited the Robert Crown Law Library at Stanford University recently to discuss the rollout of FDsys and the FDLP.

The Robert Crown Law Library has a massive collection of over 500,000 print volumes and, along with the Stanford University Libraries, offer hundreds of online research tools. This library works closely with the Stanford's Jonsson Library of Government Documents, housing collections that include, U.S. Federal documents, U.S. State and local documents, International documents, and national documents.

GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys) is an advanced, world-class digital system that will enable GPO to manage Government information from all three branches of the U.S. Government. The newest addition to FDsys is the availability of the Federal Register as bulk data, allowing users to download xml files. FDsys continues to re-index and make available authenticated content. The migration is occurring on a collection-by-collection basis. See what collections are currently available on FDsys.