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Sunset Review Process discussion at TLA

2017 April 6
by Kyla Hunt

State Librarian Mark Smith and Assistant State Librarian Gloria Meraz will lead a discussion on the agency’s Sunset Review Process on Thursday, April 20 from 11:15 am to 12:15 pm in room 304BC of the convention center during the TLA Conference.

The Texas State Library and Archives Commission invites you to share your thoughts and suggestions for the future of library development in Texas.

If you are a public, school, academic, or special librarian,
consider how the agency and its staff impact your work.

The Sunset Review Process is a legislatively-mandated assessment of all agencies to determine if an agency should be continued, how its work can be strengthened, and how the agency can be positioned to fulfill its mission in the coming years.

Some of the questions that this process examines include:

  • What agency services and functions are important and should be continued?
  • How can the agency’s work be improved?

We want to hear your feedback and make your voice part of the process to shape library services. This is a great opportunity to work with colleagues on exploring – and shaping – an exciting future.

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