UN System Electronic Information Acquisitions Consortium

Consortial Abbreviation: 
UNSEIAC
Brief Description: 
The United Nations System Electronic Information Acquisitions Consortium (UNSEIAC) was devised in 1998 as an electronic information purchasing and management mechanism for UN programmes and agencies. Previously each UN entity was individually spending time and money negotiating, contracting, ordering, troubleshooting, and paying for many of the same products. Membership is only open to United Nations family libraries.
Principal Consortial Functions: 
Electronic content licensing
Mailing Address: 
UN System Electronic Information Acquisitions Consortium (UNSEIAC) Dag Hammarskjöld Library 405 East 42nd Street , United Nations, New York, NY 10017 USA
Country: 
Multi-country
Staff Contacts: 
Ms. Joëlle Sciboz (sciboz@un.org) Ms. Ashley Rode (rode@un.org) Ms. Nasra Soud (soud@un.org)
Number of Member Libraries (full or core members): 
55
Types of Member Libraries: 
Special
Number of Staff: 
2.50