We are an Air Force General Library in Italy and have only 6 FTE's though one is still considered to be the reference librarian. Though certain staff are responsible for technical services such as copy cataloging, adding accessions to the catalog or processing materials, everyone on staff works the public service desk as well so no delineation between departments.
Aviano AB, Italy
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Hello, everyone - the days when two of the major divisions of the Library were called Technical Services and Reference are long past, and I would love to know how Federal libraries have evolved since then. Could you reply to me and let me know how your library is organized, and what names you are using for the divisions within your library? I would also be curious to know how many libraries have other divisions beyond reference and tech services, such as archives, special collections, or systems/network support.
I will be happy to gather responses and share results with the group.
In the interests of full disclosure, the State Department library has two major divisions - Information Services (reference) and Information Resources (acquisitions and cataloging).
Ralph J. Bunche Library
Office of Information Programs and Services
U.S. Department of State
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