Register of Copyrights Karyn Temple joined Federal Drive with Temin to preview the Copyright Office’s new plan for protecting intellectual property.
The Library of Congress is marching resolutely into the digital age and recently released a new, five-year integration plan.
Federal agencies and leadership take to apps such as Facebook and Twitter to remind public and employees that they’re open for business
For Sean Lang, chief information security officer for the Library of Congress, email security is both an internal and external matter.
The Library of Congress has launched an online workspace for people who want to use its digital collections to create new things.
The House Armed Services Committee is expected to release its first version of the 2018 Defense Authorization bill this week and in it many observers predict provisions to make it easier for the military to buy commercial items.
The federal government was overrun by children on Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, as agencies rolled out vehicles, cool tech, and even some human organs to capture the kids’ imaginations.
The U.S. Copyright Office, which is part of the Library of Congress, is conducting a study to see if current copyright laws do enough to protect the so-called moral rights of attribution and integrity for creators. Federal News Radio’s Eric White spoke with acting Register of Copyrights and the Director of the Copyright Office Karyn Temple Claggett on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
While it may seem difficult to imagine, far more divisive inaugurations than the one about to take place have happened in the past. The best example is the 1861 inauguration of Abraham Lincoln: seven states seceded from the U.S. between his election and his inauguration.
Throughout the 20th century, film became increasingly important as a medium of communication, so it’s no surprise it became an important part of inaugurations.