Proceedings of the Technical Information Advisory Committee (1969). Part I. Barriers to Scientific and Technical Information for Programs and Products Can Be Identified for Progress. Part II. Barriers to Scientific and Technical Information for Programs and Products Can Be Overcome for Progress.
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The meetings were set up to find ways to overcome the barriers that regulate or reduce the flow of scientifictechnical information and data to the user. Giving the user what he needs, when he needs it, and at a cost he can afford is the basic challenge faced by information services. Obtaining information depends on 1 personal habits 2 quality of information services available 3 types of retrieval systems as managed by Government Agencies 4 the type, speed and cost of services provided 5 regulatory controls placed upon literature and data and 6 operating policies of the Information Agencies. The quality of informationdata products and services depends on security controls, proprietary rights, qualified users, paying customers, available budgets, machine capabilities and capacities, programming time, coding input, handling output, printing and distributing information, and management policies. Author
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