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FEDLIB  December 1999

FEDLIB December 1999

Subject:

New Training Account Available for CAPCON in FY 2000

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FEDLINK Information Alert 2000-1

TO: FEDLINK Members

FROM: Susan M. Tarr, Executive Director, FLICC

SUBJECT: New Training Account Available for CAPCON in Fiscal Year 2000

FEDLINK has established a separate training contract with CAPCON (CN) to =
provide members in the Washington, D.C. area with more accurate information=
 regarding their FEDLINK training accounts (FT). (Other library networks =
are being invited to contract with FEDLINK for training services in their =
geographic regions. FEDLINK will announce when additional networks are =
added to the FEDLINK program.)

In the past when both FEDLINK and CAPCON invoiced against an FT account, =
members were unable to determine their account balances accurately. Now, =
when members wish to attend training at CAPCON they will establish a =
separate account so they can transfer monies to cover the cost of =
anticipated training classes from CAPCON. Training from CAPCON will no =
longer be billed against the general FEDLINK FT account.

Advantages

The three main advantages for members include:

* Simplified registration and invoicing=AFwith more specific and complete =
information about each agency that anticipates using their training =
services, training networks will be able to identify and anticipate =
FEDLINK members=A2 training needs and simplify their billing processes.

* Monthly statements=AFmembers=A2 monthly statements will reflect training =
balances more accurately and FEDLINK will reduce the number of rejected =
invoices.

* Account management=AFFEDLINK Fiscal Operations (FFO) will manage =
training accounts in the same manner as any other member account.

In the past, FEDLINK created training agreements with CAPCON through =
purchase orders. This process complicated registration and invoicing =
because there were neither separate accounts in the FEDLINK financial =
system nor did FEDLINK issue delivery orders. Without these in place, the =
COTR issued eligibility lists to CAPCON without knowing member funding =
levels. The new process will ensure that FEDLINK members, FFO, and CAPCON =
all have the latest and most accurate balance information.

FEDLINK FT Accounts

Members should also elect to establish or continue funding their FEDLINK =
FT accounts in FY2000 to cover costs for FLICC events, registration fees =
for conferences, such as Computers in Libraries (CILs), or for on-site =
training with FEDLINK staff.

Additional Information

For more information on establishing or adding funds to a  CAPCON account, =
a FEDLINK FT account, or for any assistance with your accounts, contact =
the FEDLINK Fiscal Hotline at (202) 707-4900. For FEDLINK training =
information, call (202) 707-4848; for FLICC educational programs, call =
(202) 707-4800.

For information on CAPCON's offerings, contact CAPCON at:

CAPCON
1990 M Street, N.W.
Suite 200
Washington, DC 20036-3430
Phone: (202) 331-5771 or (800) 543-4599
    (Maryland and Virginia only)
Fax: (202) 331-5788
URL: www.capcon.net

FEDLINK anticipates establishing training agreements with several other =
library networks. For the latest list, visit the FLICC/FEDLINK Web site at =
http://lcweb.loc.gov/flicc or send email to Milton MeGee at [log in to unmask]

Other Training Opportunities=AFOCLC Pacific Network

FEDLINK complements its network training agreements with a unique training =
agreement with OCLC Pacific which offers training to FEDLINK/OCLC members =
in the following localities: Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, =
California, Oregon, Washington and Guam. The training is offered under the =
FEDLINK BOA with OCLC.

OCLC Pacific offers the following training options:

* Regional OCLC workshops;
* Customized OCLC Training at your library; and
*Annual subscription to OCLC Pacific publications.

Paying For OCLC Pacific Training

Use of OCLC Pacific training services is contingent upon payment through =
the member=A2s FEDLINK OCLC account (Service ID: OC). Other forms of =
payment will not be accepted. Charges will appear on members=A2 OCLC =
invoices.

To avoid personal liabilities for unauthorized use of funds, obtain =
authorization to take and pay for this training through your library=A2s =
OCLC account in advance of each registration. Trainees are personally =
responsible for obtaining all necessary authorizations to use OCLC Pacific =
training services. If your OCLC services are centrally funded, your OCLC =
accounts officer must authorize your use of the account for training and =
the charges you will incur.

For assistance or additional information about OCLC Pacific training =
payable through FEDLINK, please call (202) 707-4848 or send an email to: =
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Receiving Announcements of OCLC Pacific Training
FEDLINK members in states mentioned above have been added to the OCLC =
Pacific mailing list and will receive subscription information for OCLC =
Pacific training. OCLC Pacific will mail workshop calendars as well as =
announcements of regional workshops and other training information.

The OCLC Pacific URL for its training calendar is: http://www.oclc.org/oclc=
/pacific/news/99may/99may.htm#Workshop_Schedule

Registering for OCLC Pacific Training

OCLC Pacific advises registration at least six weeks in advance of  =
scheduled training. Send registration requests to FEDLINK ATTN: FNO =
Training Office. Telephone registrations cannot be accepted by FEDLINK or =
OCLC Pacific.  Confirmations are mailed two weeks prior to the scheduled =
training.

Confirming or Canceling Your Registration

OCLC Pacific will confirm your registration via return mail. Your request =
will be considered along with those from OCLC Pacific members, on a first =
come, first served basis. Please do not consider yourself registered until =
you receive a confirmation from OCLC Pacific. To change or cancel a =
confirmed registration, contact OCLC Pacific at (800) 854-5753. Cancellatio=
ns must be received at least 48 hours prior to the class to avoid charges =
to the agency.

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