June 2010 No.73  
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ebrary Launches Government Complete with DASH!


ebrary(R) a leading provider of digital content products and technologies has announced the availability of the first eBook collection for government agencies, institutes, and centres that also allows authorized administrators to quickly and easily upload, integrate, and distribute reports, presentations, and other electronic documents right from their computers.

With more than 47,000 eBooks and other titles from over 425 leading publishers including AMACOM, McGraw-Hill, MIT Press, Oxford University Press, Taylor & Francis, and Wiley, ebrary's Government Complete subscription database spans a vast range of topics relating to government functions including business & economics, computers & it, education, engineering & technology, environmental studies, health care & medicine, life & physical sciences, military science, political science, social sciences, and more. The collection may be previewed here.

Additionally, agencies and other organizations that subscribe to Government Complete may use DASH! (Data Sharing, Fast) to upload existing PDF documents, or any information that can be converted into PDF, and transform them into a searchable, highly interactive database for internal use. Customers may also use ebrary's Software as a Service (SaaS) for external information distribution and other capabilities. All documents submitted through DASH! and SaaS integrate seamlessly with Government Complete and other ebrary collections.

"By subscribing to Government Complete with DASH!, government agencies, institutes, and centres can enable their employees to quickly and efficiently find and use the information they need through a comprehensive, integrated database of premium, high-value e-books as well as their own internal documents," said Kevin Sayar, President of ebrary. "We look forward to extending our product offerings for government organizations to further help them and the people they serve." More about ebrary here.

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