Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table | The American Library Association Archives
The Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table (FAFLRT) exists as an official round table under the American Library Association to promote library and information service and the library and information profession in the federal and armed forces communities; to promote appropriate utilization of federal and armed forces library and information resources and facilities; and to provide an environment for the stimulation of research and development relating to the planning, development, and operation of federal and armed forces libraries. 
The Federal Librarians Round Table and the Armed Forces Libraries Round Table merged into the Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table. The first meeting of the FAFLRT Board occured in 2001, during the ALA Annual Meeting in San Francisco. 
 FAFLRT Governance, http://www.ala.org/faflrt/governance.
 FAFLRT Boad Meeting, 2001, http://www.ala.org/faflrt/governance/meetings/20010617.