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Network Bulletin No. 00-12

Date: September 8, 2000


Subject:  Machine Repair Annual Statistics Report


NLS is asking machine-lending agencies (MLAs) to provide
information about the number of machine repairs they
coordinated during fiscal year 2000.  This information will
be used in developing the NLS machine-repair budget.  Each
subregional library is asked to complete the report
and submit a copy to its MLA by October 7, 2000.  Each MLA
should then send a report containing a combined total that
includes all repair activities in its area to NLS by October
30, 2000.




For further information contact:


Kevin L. Buck
Equipment and Materials Maintence Coordinator


__Machine Repair Annual Statistics__

__Deadline: October 30, 2000__

Return to:
Materials Development Division Office
National Library Service for the Blind and
Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20542

or fax to

202) 707-0720


Each subregional library should submit its report to its
machine lending agency no later than October 7, 2000.  Each
machine lending agency report should contain a combined
total that includes all repair activities for its area.

Please provide the following quantities for repairs that
took place between October 1, 1999, and September 30, 2000.

From:
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Repair Type                     Personnel                       Quantity


How many CBM machines           Telephone Pioneers
were repaired__for your         GE Elfuns
state__by your state's:         Others (including staff)


How many CBM machines           Telephone Pioneers
were repaired __for another     GE Elfuns
state__  by your state's:       Others (including staff)


How many TBM machines           Staff and Volunteers
were repaired in your
state by:


How many cassette tapes         Staff and Volunteers
were repaired in your
state by: