126 · ARL Statistics 2012–2013
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NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY cont.
10 Fringe benefits include employer’s portion of: health insurance, life insurance, defined benefit retirement
plane, and the employer’s match of an employee’s 401K contribution.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES
All figures are as of 09/30/2013.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
All figures are as of 09/30/2013.
4 Increased emphasis on e-books.
7.a AVs, Memberships, Monographs, and non-contract Serials. Note that the figure reported for 2012 was
incorrect and should have been $1,101,282.
7.b Contract Serials.
7.c We added binding costs this year for the first time.
Binding Preparation: $269,724.86; Binding: $122,883.20;
Bibliographic Utility, OCLC costs: $52,460;
Security labels: $13,216.
8.c Decrease due to decrease in budget and decreased need for student work.
10 Includes the employer share of taxes, health and life insurance, and retirement.
11 There is no official percentage amount for US Federal Employees as the amount depends on the
employee’s type of appointment to the Federal Civil Service and the benefits they select. NLM has
provided an average benefit percentage amount.
13.c Decrease due to decrease in budget and decreased need for student work.
15.a New exhibition in 2013.
18–20 NLM does not have COUNTER compliant usage statistics available.
22 Staff needs for ILL naturally vary year to year.
NEW YORK PUBLIC
6, 8, 9 Represents combined Research and Branch expenditures.
SMITHSONIAN
All figures are as of 09/30/2013.
1.) National Air and Space Museum Library, Washington, DC; 2.) National Museum of American
History, Washington, DC; 3.) National Museum of Natural History Library, Washington, DC; 4.) National
Postal Museum Library, Washington, DC; 5.) National Zoological Park Library, Washington, DC; 6.)
Smithsonian American Art Museum, National Portrait Gallery Library, Washington, DC; 7.) Smithsonian
Environmental Research Center Library, Edgewater, Maryland; 8.) Anacostia Museum and Center for
African American History and Culture Library, Washington, DC; 9.) Botany and Horticulture Library,
Washington, DC; 10.) Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum Library, New York, New York; 11.)
Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology, Washington, DC; 12.) Earl S. Tupper Library
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Republic of Panama; 13.) Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur
M. Sackler Gallery Library, Washington, DC; 14.) Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Library,
Washington, DC; 15.) John Wesley Powell Library of Anthropology, Washington, DC; 16.) Joseph F.
Cullman, 3rd Library of Natural History, Washington, DC; 17.) Museum Studies and Reference Library,
Washington, DC; 18.) Museum Support Center Library, Suitland, Maryland; 19.) Vine Deloria Jr. Library,
National Museum of the American Indian, Suitland, Maryland; and 20.) Warren M. Robbins Library,
National Museum of African Art, Washington DC.)
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