|| About the Jakarta Office ||
The Library of Congress Office, Jakarta, Indonesia, is one of six overseas offices
administered by the African/Asian Acquisitions and Overseas
Operations Division of the Library. These offices acquire,
catalog, preserve, and distribute library and research materials
from countries where such materials are essentially unavailable
through conventional acquisitions methods.
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|| Cooperative Acquisitions Program ||
The Jakarta office manages the Cooperative Acquisitions Program for Southeast
Asia (CAP-SEA) that acquires material on a cost-recovery basis from Indonesia,
Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei for the Library of Congress and institutions
participating in CAP-SEA.
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|| Exchange Program ||
The Jakarta office has exchange relationships with government institutions,
universities, and libraries in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam,
Thailand, and the Philippines.
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|| Microfilm Preservation ||
The Jakarta office preserves in microformat publications acquired
from Southeast Asia.
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Last Updated: July 24, 2014