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Federal Military Library is a Government Agency library. This library is affiliated with Bibliothek am Guisanplatz (view map)
|Other Info:||The Federal Military Library, founded in 1848, became the Bibliothek am Guisanplatz (BiG) in 2007, an institution in the Swiss Confederation under public law. Since January 1, 2009, the library has been coordinating and managing the libraries of the Federal Administration, maintaining close cooperation in IT and documentation, leading the Federal Documentation Committee, and administering the Alexandria library network. In a rapidly changing environment, the library, which is open to the public, ensures the provision of international technical literature in fields such as history, politics, the armed forces, civil protection, traffic, energy, migration, architecture, environment, agriculture, finances, and economics.|
|Product Name||Year Contracted|
|Current Library Automation System:||Alma||2012|
|Previous Library Automation System:||Virtua|
The library participates in the shared automation system provided by the Bibliotheksverbund Alexandria
This library is responsible for the procurement of the library automation system.
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