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Nominate a "notable" government publication!

Please help librarians and library users by nominating outstanding government publications for inclusion in Library Journal’s notable documents column.

Each year the Notable Documents Panel of the American Library Association's Government Documents Round Table selects about 40 titles issued by international governmental organizations (IGOs) and governments at all levels (foreign national and U.S. federal, state, and local). Works in all formats are fair game, as are items published for IGOs and governments by private publishers. What’s the main point of all this? To raise the profile of government information.

The nomination form takes just a few minutes to fill out and submit.

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