IFLA Universal Bibliographic Control and International MARC Programme (UBCIM)
Jul 1974, as IFLA International Office for UBC, by A-XA1945 - International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), evolving from the work of IFLA Cataloguing Secretariat. Subsequently changed title to IFLA International Programme for Universal Bibliographic Control (IFLA UBC). Current title adopted, 1987, on merger with International MARC Programme. UBCIM is a Core Programme of IFLA. Ceased to exist 1 Mar 2003.
Coordinate activities aimed at the development of systems and standards for bibliographic control at national level and the international exchange of bibliographic data; promote the UNIMARC format and coordinate its development and maintenance by experts.
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