Learning @ Lunch Series: DTIC: 60 Years of Providing Defense Information for All
Bring your lunch! (Cookies and juice provided.)
Tuesday, March 18
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is a Department of Defense (DoD) Field Activity. DTIC is the central source within DoD for acquiring, storing, retrieving and disseminating scientific and technical information (STI) to support the management and conduct of DoD research, development, engineering and studies programs. The center also provides information tools and systems to support Pentagon executives and managers. DTIC hosts, develops and maintains more than 100 of DoD’s major Web sites. This Learning@Lunch
lecture will focus on DTIC’s 60 year existence and will highlight the diverse contributions and challenges for DTIC over the years.
presenter, Paul Ryan, is the administrator of DTIC. Previously at DTIC, Ryan was the deputy administrator. A native of Philadelphia, Ryan earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Villanova University and a Master of Science degree in Information Science from Drexel University.
Mr. Ryan, is currently chair of CENDI, the federal STI managers group and serves on the Federal Library and Information Centers Committee (FLICC) Executive Board. Ryan served two consecutive five-year terms on the board of trustees for the Harford County (MD) Public Library System and as it’s treasurer and board chair.
January 30, 2008
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Library of Congress
Conference Room, Room 218
Adams Building, 2nd Floor
(Orange/ Blue Lines)
FLICC Education Working Group
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TTY (202) 707-4995
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Free, but advanced registration is required. Limited to 25 attendees per lecture. Register online athttp://www.loc.gov/flicc/feveform.html
. If you prefer to participate by Web or telephone access please call (202) 707-4813.
Please notify FLICC at (202) 707-4813 if you cannot attend to allow those on the waiting list an opportunity to register.