Meet the 24th Government Printer

Following his keynote address this morning at Computers in Libraries, the man currently bearing the title “Government Printer,” Bruce James, was quickly surrounded by those wanting to meet him and ask questions.

Though, he said in his formal remarks, he could not trust the experts in Silicon Valley to advise him on the standards for the government’s digital archive, he could trust librarians–who he said have “played a key role in the preservation of democracy”–to give him advice on what documents are essential to keep in print.

Dick Kaser
ITI VP, Content

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