Scan Center at the Library of Congress (FedScan) Frequently
In an effort to offer major digitization, digital preservation, and access services for the federal library community, FLICC/FEDLINK recently established an agreement with the Internet Archive (IA) to provide high-volume digitization services to its federal library clients using IA’s proprietary Scribe scanning workstations at a facility located at the Library of Congress. Other scanning facilities will also be available for FEDLINK customers located outside the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Preservation Services Information Alert (174KB PDF)
Description of services offered through FEDLINK Preservation Services Basic Ordering Agreement.
Basic Services Ordering Agreement (710KB PDF)
RFP for current basic ordering agreement. See statement of work starting on page 24 for specifications.
Contract for the Procurement of Library Binding and General Collection
Repairs (145KB PDF)
The Government Printing Office specifications provide for the procurement of the following services for various federal agencies located within 60 miles of Washington D.C.: library binding, and rebinding of books, periodicals, pamphlets and newspapers; the construction of double tray boxes, portfolios and archival and deluxe archival packs; and the repair of general collection materials.
Last Updated: 11/13/2013