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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Public access : a "how to" guide /|
|CORP Author||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Information Access Branch.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Administration and Resources Management,|
|Subjects||Environmental protection--Information services. ; Federal government--Information services. ; Government information--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Environmental surveys ; Information services ; Demand(Economics) ; US EPA ; Information sources ; Management ; Facilities ; Data bases ; Efficiency ; Clients ; Distribution(Property) ; International trade ; Universities ; State government ; Public access guide|
|Collation||199 pages : illustrations, form ; 28 cm|
Over the last several years, EPA has been experiencing an increase in demand from the public for information maintained by the Agency. In order to meet the demand, EPA's offices have been responding in a variety of ways, including using information centers, clearinghouses, dockets, hotlines, and databases to make the information available. The Office of Information Resources Management (OIRM), in its role as National Program Manager for Public Access, has been promoting coordination and enhancement of these public access activities to increase efficiency in providing information. The Public Access guide is another one of the steps that OIRM is taking to promote the increased efficiency.
"July 1992." "EPA/220-B-92-021."
II. Identifying and understanding your audience.--III. Delivering the message.--IV. Developing access points.--V. Utilizing distribution mechanisms.--VI. Reaching out for effective access.