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Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners is the agency of state government with the statutory authority and responsibility to organize, develop, coordinate and improve library services throughout the Commonwealth. The Board also strives to provide every resident of the Commonwealth with full and equal access to library information resources regardless of geographic location, social or economic status, age, level of physical or intellectual ability, or cultural background.

Principal Consortial Functions
Collections sharing
Electronic content licensing
Other Functions
Collect and analyze data about libraries in Massachusetts
State Agency authorized to administer programs under the Library Services and Technology Act
Statewide Virtual Catalog