The Digitization Projects Registry is Now Available

The Digitization Projects Registry is now publicly-available at http://registry.fdlp.gov/. Designed to capture an inventory of digitization projects undertaken by libraries, U.S. Government agencies, and non-profit institutions, the goal of the Registry is to increase access to historical U.S. Government publications that were previously only available in print format. Enhancements and modernizations have been implemented, and the site is now freely-available to all users.

Is your organization in the midst of a digitization project? Apply to contribute to the Digitization Projects Registry, and increase awareness of your institution’s digitization projects.

News & Events

July 07, 2020
Register to attend the live training webinar, "Benefits and Challenges of PDF Migration." Date: Wednesday, August 12 2020Time: 2:00... Read More ...
July 06, 2020
The same training webinar is being offered twice, so please register only for the session that is more convenient for you. Both... Read More ...
July 06, 2020
This message is being posted on behalf of the organizers of Indiana Government Information Day, REGIL, and the Western States... Read More ...
July 02, 2020
A new webcast entitled, “Cataloging and Indexing at the U.S. Government Publishing Office,” is now available for viewing. Duration: 18... Read More ...
July 01, 2020
GPO is resuming paper, microfiche, and map shipments the week of July 6, 2020 for libraries that have submitted the Reopening... Read More ...
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Shared Regional Agreement


The University of Georgia Libraries and the University of Florida’s George A. Smathers Libraries became shared regionals with the approval of Senator Loeffler of GA and Senator Rubio of FL.


Library Call to Action


LSCM is pleased to welcome the new Chief of Federal Depository Support Services, Ms. Kate Pitcher.


Special Selection Offer: Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 – Request by July 17


Access resources for patrons and administrative information for library staff, as well as infographics and images for your library website.

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