Public Policy Advisory Council

The Public Policy Advisory Council will:

  • Establish criteria on public policy issues to follow that affect the field of information/knowledge management and information professionals.
  • Establish a clear mission and scope specifically focusing on issues impacting SLA and its members vs. the profession at large.
  • Track and report on public policy issues impacting SLA members and information professionals via SLA communication platforms.
  • Advise the association’s leadership (including the CEO and senior staff) on importance of issues.
  • Collaborate with communities to ensure information is disseminated, promoted and used.
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