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MLTW2015: DTIC Update

Phyllis Bell, Defense Technical Information Center {DTIC), “DTIC Update”

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MLTW2015: DoD Public Access – Status of DoD Plan — 8 December 1:30 PM

Roberta Schoen, Program Manager, Science and Technology Programs Programs, Defense
Technical Information Center, “DoD Public Access – Status of DoD Plan,” with Q&A

Summary. Many of you have heard about attempts to provide access to federal R&D results at no
additional cost to taxpayers. The White House has mandated transparency and federal agencies,
including DoD, have developed public access plans. Economic issues abound due commercial and
professional journal publishers’ and database providers’ need to produce revenue using the current
model. Come and hear about the Defense Department’s plan for meeting White House requirements.
• Learn about the progress in the Department and DTIC’s role.
• Find out how this can affect your work, acquisition, and ordering.
• Understand the limits, both on time and information plus how to access materials this new way.
• Get the basics of the coming Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) implications on access
and preparation of current limited/sensitive content.

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MLTW2015: Copyright Issues and DoD Funded Research — 8 December 10 AM

Introduction: Christine Dail, Librarian, Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC); Vakare Valaitis, Policy Analyst, DTIC, “Copyright Issues & DoD Funded Research,” with Q&A

Summary. Does Public Release mean the public can do what they want with government content?
Government copyright is complex and this session will open your eyes to the different types and their
handling. DTIC collects, organizes, indexes, preserves, and disseminates Scientific and Technical
Information (STI). How is this handled for federal agencies including DoD? CENDI is an interagency
working group managing the information generated by federal government R&D activities. Hear more
about these two areas important to military librarians serving their communities.
• Learn about the different types of copyright in federal government information
• Learn about efforts managed and being worked on by CENDI to benefit federal STI
• Become a resource for protecting while disseminating items covered by government copyright.

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