Answered By: Rosemary Waltos
Last Updated: Nov 29, 2016     Views: 33

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The project director is most often the library director. Typically, the project director is the keeper of knowledge across the board about all the aspects of the project, its status and the multipronged efforts to move it forward. The director is an active participant on most, if not all, committees and the main conduit for information. If this describes your library director, indicate it on page 17, question A.1 under Section 3: Assurances and Certifications.

It is rare, but for some projects the library director’s role is smaller and considerably less involved. If this describes your project, fill in A.4 on the next page and on A.1 provide information about the person who will take on the project director role.


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