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Official publishing changes seen and the future (swop meeting nov 2010)

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Presentions given by Alan Pawsey at the Scottish Working Group on Official Publications AGM on 20th Nov 2010

Presentions given by Alan Pawsey at the Scottish Working Group on Official Publications AGM on 20th Nov 2010

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    • Official Publishing – Past, present and future - Alan Pawsey
    • About me
      • Joined HMSO in November 1967
      • Over 30 years involvement in Official Publishing
      • Retired as Head of Legislation and Publishing Services
    • 1970
      • a single Government Publisher
      • HMSO produced publications for:
        • UK and NI Parliaments
        • Government departments
        • Museums and Galleries
        • Other public bodies
      • HMSO met all costs
      • All publications charged for
    • 1970 publications included
      • Parliamentary Papers/ Hansard
      • Legislation
      • Policy documents
      • Reports
      • Circulars and forms
      • Guide books
    • 1980s
      • 1980 - HMSO a trading fund
      • 1982 - Departments are “untied”
      • 1983 – Publications Centre on stream
      • First moves to break away from HMSO
      • Statistical publications produced with Open University
    • 1980s
      • Print publishing outputs still largely the same
      • 1984 – Business Data Packages produced on floppy disk
    • Early 1990s
      • Statistics back with HMSO
      • Museums and Galleries producing own publications
      • HSE Books
      • Range of print publishing reduces
      • First Electronic publications on CD-ROM
    • Late 1990s
      • 1995 - First Government websites set up
      • 1996 – Acts of Parliament published on the web
      • 1996 – Privatisation of HMSO trading functions
      • TSO have to compete for work
      • Publishing on the web in addition to print publishing
    • Early 2000s
      • Major growth in Internet publishing
      • Reduction in demand for print copies
      • Departments set up own publishing operations
      • Entry of new players (RRD, Palgrave Macmillan)
    • Late 2000s
      • Move away from print grows pace
      • Publications Centre closed
      • Almost all publications now available on the web
      • HSE makes all publications available free of charge on the web
      • Growing range of “value-added” services developed by the private sector
    • 2010
      • Many publications available only on the web
      • National Statistics Publications Hub on the web
      • Print copies available “On-Demand”
      • “ legislation.gov.uk” launched
      • “ data.gov.uk” launched
    • The future
      • Majority of information made available only on the web
      • Printed copies produced “on-demand” rather than for stock
      • Increasing volume of “raw data” made available for re-use
      • Private sector develop wider range of “added-value” services
    • The future (cont)
      • Technology developments will drive new methods of delivery
      • e.g. Links between TV and Web services