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Fame for NTIS!!!

 Extract from an article in Information Today about ICSTI Member

NTIS Provides Free/Cheap Electronic Delivery of Technical Reports
By Barbara Quint

The National Technical Information Service (NTIS) is the federal
government's leading delivery outlet for scientific and technical
reports, especially those produced under government contract. On its Web
site, NTIS has begun electronic delivery of all its reports dating to
1997. Reports numbering fewer than 20 pages are free; those over 20
pages are $8.95. The scanned reports appear in Adobe PDF. Some documents
are retrieved through links to other federal agency Web sites; however,
NTIS promises that the archived copies of all documents will remain
available through its site. "One Search. One Source. One Solution." is
the banner cry of the Web site upgrade project.
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