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The Montana State Library is composed of programs that serve the information needs of all branches of state government, its agencies, local counterparts and individuals seeking information and materials that are not found in their local libraries. Its charge includes effecting statewide planning for library development in all communities.
The mission of the Montana State Library is to help all Montana citizens receive the information they need in order to improve and enhance their lives by:
-Providing comprehensive information about Montana's natural resources and heritage;
-Fulfilling the information needs of state agency employees;
-Preserving state publications;
-Improving public library services;
-Promoting cooperation among all Montana libraries of all types;
-And providing reading materials to those with physical disabilities.