South National Collection Service Area

The South National Collection Service Area (NCSA) is the southern geographic district established by the Superintendent of Documents to meet the requirement, set by the Joint Committee on Printing in 2015, that the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) maintain no fewer than four geographically-dispersed tangible copies of a publication. Library Services & Content Management (LSCM) acknowledges this congressional mandate for distributed print retention and focuses National Collection management services to promote permanent public access in these four NCSAs.

south
Directory of South NCSA depositories Directory of South NCSA regional depositories

Titles Eligible for Regional Online Selections in the South NCSA

The following titles are eligible for Regional Online Selections in the South NCSA under Superintendent of Documents Public Policy Statement, Regional Depository Libraries Online Selections (SOD-PPS-2021-1).These titles have a Print Selector or Preservation Steward (day forward), and the availability of the digital equivalent of that title from GovInfo, from the digital repository of a Digital Preservation Steward, or from trusted digital repositories of Federal agencies. Regional depository coordinators wishing to implement Regional Online Selection may do so at any time. Consult the South NCSA Regional Online Selections Authorized Titles spreadsheet for full SuDoc classification and item number details.

Title SuDoc Stem Agreement in Place Signatory Library Name Regional Online Selection Authorization (ROSA)
Federal Register AE 2.106: Print Selector Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Paul M. Hebert Law Center (0231) SOD-ROSA-1
Congressional Record (Daily) X 1.1/A: Print Selector

Augusta University, Reese Library (0127)

University of South Carolina, Columbia, Thomas Cooper Library (0562)

Vanderbilt University, Central Library (0580)

SOD-ROSA-1

Titles Eligible for Regional Discard in the South NCSA

The following titles are eligible for Regional Discard in the Northeast NCSA under Superintendent of Documents Public Policy Statement, Government Publications Authorized for Discard by Regional Depository Libraries SOD-PPS 2020-1. Permission to discard must be received from the Superintendent of Documents prior to removing publications from a regional depository’s collection. See the Regional Discard page for more information and instructions to submit a discard request.

Title SuDoc Stem Regional Discard Eligibility (SOD-RDE) Eligible Items Preservation Steward(s)
Statutes at Large GS 4.111: 2020-1 See Spreadsheet Supreme Court of Mississippi, State Law Library (0307)
Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States GS 4.113:
AE 2.114:    
2019-1
2020-2
See Spreadsheet

Supreme Court of Mississippi, State Law Library (0307)

Related Resources

Webinar Recordings

Handouts

Related web pages

Questions or comments?

  • Contact LSCM via askGPO. Use the category, ‘Other depository library question or issue.’