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    1. Navy/Marine Corps Report James King, NRL Nellie Moffitt, NGLP

    2. Navy/Marine Corps Intranet NMCI affecting many Navy/Marine Corps libraries Most ILS products deemed legacy Attempted to create approved list of ILS Access to license resources difficult

    3. Consortium Procurements SciTech Publishers and databases Moving more purchases through FEDLINK Hoping to do more cross-service, cross-government deals

    4. SecNav Instruction Creates Librarian of the Navy (LoN) as additional duty Formally establishes Consortium of Naval Libraries & LoN Advisory Board LoN Advisory Board one standing member for each community and 4 at large members Creates five communities of libraries: Academic, Historical, Medical, SciTech Libraries, Research Lab and General

    5. Academic Libraries

    6. Naval Academy 25% less staff but more library instruction than ever Installing and configuring link resolver (SFX) Installing a coffee bar ILLiad installed

    7. Naval Postgraduate School FLICC Federal Library of the Year Maxine Reneker retired, replacement selected SIPRnet access added ILLiad installed Lead for NPS-wide CMS deployment Homeland Security Digital Library IP access

    8. Library of the Marine Corps Marine Corps University Library incorporated Library & Archives from Navy Yard History and Museums Division The Library of the Marine Corps has 4 branches Breckinridge University Library (academic library) USMC Archives and Special Collections Branch (incorporating the University Archives on site and the Navy Yard Marine Corps Archives Quantico Library (base library) Virtual Library (support for the other three libraries) New wing to building planned for 2007 with renovation to rest The Tropical Storm Tammy Entire Massacre

    9. Medical Libraries

    10. Medical Libraries Naval Operational Medical Institute, Pensacola Hurricane Ivan destroyed library last year Naval Health Research Center BUMED reorganizing R&D portion Naval Submarine Medical Research Laboratory Partnering with Mystic Aquarium & with Electric Boat

    11. Naval Medical Center, San Diego Reporting moved from Admin to Education Jan Dempsey, Medical Reference Librarian, retired with the Meritorious Civilian Service Award Added UpToDate point-of-care database New compact shelving and electronic security system (3M) installed Joint ILS being deployed to replace 9 systems Parternership to create a learning resource center at the Maina Soko Military Hospital in Lusaka, Zambia (Africa) (Kathy Parker NMC-SD, and Marilyn Schwartz from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals will provide training)

    12. Naval Medical Center, Bethesda Reporting moved from Admin to Research Reducing the General Collection NNMC purchased Voyager (vendor hosted) with understanding that NMIMC (BUMED) is soon to purchase same system for all NAVMED libraries. Participating with WRAMC and Ft. Belvoir (maybe soon joined by AAFB) in planning for BRAC. Determination is to have full integration of clinics and GMEin 18 months. Serving on Steering Committee of Joint Medical e-Library (JMeL).

    13. Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth FLICC Federal Library of the Year Library now housed in the oldest hospital in US Rebuilt a general library in addition to the medical library

    14. SciTech Libraries

    15. SciTech Libraries SPAWAR, San Diego Staffing down by nearly 50% SPAWAR will be reorganized from BRAC Library will most likely increase user base Naval Oceanographic Office Over half of staff lost homes, living in offices

    16. NAVAIR Technical Library NAVAIR Library created from merger of: NAWC, Aircraft Division, Patuxent River MD General collection being moved to a base library NAWC, Weapons Division, China Lake CA Sandy Bradley moved out of the library Staffing down 2+ people Storytelling project At the start of FY06, the Central Library team at Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division, Patuxent River MD was aligned with the Technical Library team at Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake CA. This is a new library organization across two commands. With the combination of information resources, services, and expertise, the teams are creating a centralized NAVAIR Technical Library to collect, organize, and disseminate information applicable to the needs of Naval Aviation. BRAC will also add approximately 2,500 customers at China Lake. By incorporating Lean Six Sigma principles, the alignment seeks better efficiencies, prioritization of work, and focus on the right work. Efforts are underway to streamline the access and maintenance of archival documents, broaden access to research information across multiple sites, and strengthen delivery of technical information to the Fleet. The NAVAIR Technical Library has a staff of approximately 22 personnel (5 librarians with MLS degrees, technical information specialists, library technicians, assistant editors, and contractors). As the new library organization comes together, changes always leave some regrets. The general collection at Patuxent River will be moved to another base library. Information services for military family members and retired military personnel will be decreased. Finally, Sandy Bradley, who has been a very active and dedicated member of the Navy library community through the years, has moved into another position at China Lake. We are all very grateful to Sandy and the China Lake Technical Library team for their professionalism and outstanding contributions to the success of 2005 Military Librarians Workshop. At the start of FY06, the Central Library team at Naval Air Warfare Center, Aircraft Division, Patuxent River MD was aligned with the Technical Library team at Naval Air Warfare Center, Weapons Division, China Lake CA. This is a new library organization across two commands. With the combination of information resources, services, and expertise, the teams are creating a centralized NAVAIR Technical Library to collect, organize, and disseminate information applicable to the needs of Naval Aviation. BRAC will also add approximately 2,500 customers at China Lake. By incorporating Lean Six Sigma principles, the alignment seeks better efficiencies, prioritization of work, and focus on the right work. Efforts are underway to streamline the access and maintenance of archival documents, broaden access to research information across multiple sites, and strengthen delivery of technical information to the Fleet. The NAVAIR Technical Library has a staff of approximately 22 personnel (5 librarians with MLS degrees, technical information specialists, library technicians, assistant editors, and contractors). As the new library organization comes together, changes always leave some regrets. The general collection at Patuxent River will be moved to another base library. Information services for military family members and retired military personnel will be decreased. Finally, Sandy Bradley, who has been a very active and dedicated member of the Navy library community through the years, has moved into another position at China Lake. We are all very grateful to Sandy and the China Lake Technical Library team for their professionalism and outstanding contributions to the success of 2005 Military Librarians Workshop.

    17. NSWC Library Indian Head New Librarian (Pamela Wheelock) and technician recently hired Found facilities destroyed by water and mold Collection in trailers while library being repaired Good support to re-establish

    18. Research Lab Libraries

    19. Naval Research Laboratory Staff shrunk 25% in 3 years Scopus, WoS & INSPEC archive, and SciFinder 60% of journal archive now online Online Bibliography Deploying link resolver Redesigning database-driven web site Creating Classified DL, massive inventory underway Reestablishing branch library in Monterey

    20. General Libraries

    21. Marine Corps General Libraries Centralization Support for Deployment Bricks & Clicks Wireless Access Website Development Automated Reporting & Assessments Metrics