U.S. Copyright Office Releases Public Draft of 2016-2020 Strategic Plan
From the U.S. Copyright Office:
Register of Copyrights Maria A. Pallante today released a public draft of the Copyright Office’s Strategic Plan, setting forth the Office’s performance objectives for the next five years.
Reflecting the results of four years of internal evaluations and public input, the Strategic Plan lays out a vision of a modern Copyright Office that is equal to the task of administering the Nation’s copyright laws effectively and efficiently both today and tomorrow. It will remain in draft form for 30 days to permit public feedback, and will take effect on December 1, 2015.
From the Document
The Strategic Plan sets forth a roadmap for re-envisioning almost all of the Copyright Office’s services, including how customers register claims, submit deposits, record documents, share data, and access expert resources,” Pallante said. Such broad-ranging modernization efforts are needed to meet the changing needs of individual authors, entrepreneurs, the user community, and the general public.”
The U.S. Copyright Office welcomes comments.
Direct to Full Text of Strategic Plan (Public Draft; 35 pages; PDF)
DRAFT: U.S. Copyright Office Strategic Plan (2016-2020)
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