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Republic of the Marshall Islands
The Grants to States Program
The Grants to States Program is the largest grant program run by IMLS; it provides funds to State Library Administrative Agencies (SLAAs) using a population-based formula set by the law. SLAAs determine goals and objectives for the funds in their statutorily required five-year plan (see below). For more information, see the Grants to States program overview.
Review recent Grants to States projects from this state library in the State Program Report database.
Search the Awarded Grants Database for additional details about awards in this state.
Five-Year Plan Highlights
Goal 1: Enhance our library book collections
- Book acquisitions
- Collection development on pertinent topics
Goal 2: Advancement in technology use
- Computer and Internet access
- Computer literacy training for patrons
- Upgrade of electronic cataloguing and book check-out system
Goal 3: Provide access to information and research resources for users
- Digitization of video, photographic, and paper document collections
- Online access to digitized materials
Goal 4: Improve the library, museum, and archival employee capacity
- Training opportunities for library personnel
Goal 5: Provide professional, economic, and employment development for users and the public
- Enhanced computer literacy skills and employment opportunities
- Youth Smart program participation
IMLS Data Collection
State Library Administrative Agency Survey
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