We encourage you to participate in tomorrow's FEDLINK Membership Meeting sessions, where we are seeking input on two important topics in morning and afternoon break-out sessions. Cybercast is available, and input can be emailed to us if you are unable to attend in person (details below). Input on FEDLINK processes and services will be sought in the morning. The afternoon session includes a presentation on trends in the Content Industry by Outsell, Inc.'s Vice-President and Lead Analyst, Leslie Jacobs, followed by break-out discussions of trends affecting federal libraries. Leslie is beginning to concentrate on analyzing the government sector's production of and use of content. We urge you to attend tomorrow or watch the cybercast and participate in the break-out session following Leslie's presentation, so we can give her good information about your challenges and concerns. Beginning at 10:40 in the morning, the FEDLINK Advisory Council (FAC) will faciliate break-out sessions seeking input on the FEDLINK program processes and services. Questions and an email address are posted at http://www.loc.gov/flicc/cybercast/questions.pdf . The cybercast address is http://www.loc.gov/flicc/cybercast/feds03.html - - if you visit it today, you can test your connection by logging into the OCLC Users Group meeting. The Outsell portion of the day begins at 1:00. The questions for the break-out sessions at 2:10 are attached in Word and are included below. Cybercast participants and others can email replies to [log in to unmask] . Feedback from this session will also be important to our OCLC Members Council representatives at their next meeting in Columbus, OH. We welcome your participation. Your voice matters! Trends in Federal Libraries Discussion Topics (email to [log in to unmask] ) What are the key trends affecting your library ... 1. ... arising in your agency? Consider such points as Human Resources/organizational trends, budget and your agency's technological infrastructure. 2. ... arising government-wide? Are there trends that will affect you later that you haven't touched on in #1? 3. ... in the external environment, such as the content industry and technology?