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Encore provides a forum for AALL members who have extensive connections with AALL, currently or as retirees, to continue collaborating with members of the profession.  The Caucus creates a vibrant and strong network for effective communications among Encore Caucus members, and a place to share common interests and to further personal and professional activities.

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Advocacy

The new website, Oversight.gov, consolidates in one place public reports from Federal Inspectors General, improving the public’s access to independent and authoritative information about the Federal Government. It is searchable by state which is a very useful tool.
The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) is the only national association dedicated to the legal information profession and its professionals. Founded in 1906 on the belief that people—lawyers, judges, students, and the public—need timely access to relevant legal information to make sound legal arguments and wise legal decisions, its nearly 4,500 members are problem solvers of the highest order. AALL fosters the profession by offering its members knowledge, leadership, and community that make the whole legal system stronger.
The $1.2 trillion FY2018 budget bill (H.R. 3354) passed by 211-198 margin, and includes full funding for the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), including all programs administered under the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), as well as the Department of Education’s Innovative Approaches to Literacy (IAL) program.

Mentorship and Leadership