May 10, 2007
Law Librarian Rubens Medina Receives 2007 Federal 100 Award
"Law Librarian of Congress Rubens Medina has received a Federal 100 Award for shepherding the 2006 upgrade of the Global Legal Information Network (GLIN), which gave legal researchers access to nearly 130,000 laws and related legal materials from nations across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas – searchable in 13 languages.
The Federal 100 Awards recognize individuals from government, industry and academia who significantly influence how the federal government buys, uses or manages information technology."
This year’s event can be accessed at www.fcw.com/events/fed100/2007/index.asp. [RJ]
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