On-the-record discussions

Susan Tarr of FLICC makes a point during a conversation with Richard Hiffline of the Environmental Protection Agency.

A conference this month in Washington sponsored by the Federal Library and Information Center Committee took a close look at progress on e-government. Agency employees got updates on topics such as categorizing information, and managing records and Web content.

[IMGCAP(2)]T.C. Evans, deputy superintendent of documents for the Government Printing Office, talks about document definitions (DTDs) and the changing nature of standards for them.

[IMGCAP(3)]An informal discussion during a break includes, from left, Eliot Christian of the Geological Survey and chairman of the CIO Council's Categorization of Government Information Working Group; keynote speaker Patrice McDermott, director of government relations for the American Library Association; and David McMillen of the House Government Reform Committee.

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