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North Dakota Partners Meetings

North Dakota Partners Overview

North Dakota is represented by the North Dakota State Historical Society and the North Dakota Legislative Council.

 

April 27, 2010

Overview

MHS staff met with representatives from North Dakota's Legislative Council, Information Technology Department, State Archives and Propylon to provide an overview of the NDIIPP project. The Legislative Council's IT Director gave an overview of the LEGEND bill drafting system being developed for use in the 2011 session. Time was provided after the presentations for anyone to ask questions. Questions that were asked addressed issues of preservation, access, project timelines, and the importance of return on investments. 

Meeting Materials and Information

 

August 20-21, 2009

Overview

As part of the project extension, three new state partners were added to this NDIIPP project. The Minnesota Historical Society hosted a meeting for representatives from all of these states, Arkansas, Nebraska, and North Dakota, on August 20-21, 2009 in St. Paul.

The purpose of this meeting was to welcome the three new partner states and to provide them with an overview of the project's past and future activities. These face-to-face meetings foster greater discussion about the topics of interest for the individual states.

Representatives from the Arkansas Historical Commission, Arkansas State Library, North Dakota State Archives, and the North Dakota Legislative Council were in attendance. Representatives from the Nebraska State Historical Society were unable to attend, due to unforeseen travel cancellations. Representatives from the Minnesota Revisor's Office and the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library were also in attendance.

Meeting Materials and Information

 

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