[HASN logo] No.35, December 1995 ISSN 0811-4757

Edited and published by Tim Sherratt (Tim.Sherratt@asap.unimelb.edu.au) for ASAP.

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From the Introduction to ASAP's Annual Report 1994-5

This year has been an extremely important one for ASAP. In our 10th anniversary year we have developed new directions for the project, found a new home for ASAP Melbourne, and experienced significant growth and development within the organisation and unprecedented demand for our services. All of this while re-confirming in our own minds the importance of our original brief to preserve and make accessible Australia's scientific and technological heritage.

ASAP has expanded rapidly this year, and has established a core of professional staff who are developing expertise in the specific areas of concern to the Project. ASAP remains committed to staff input into the directions we take, and this year saw our 13 core staff attend our first strategic planning sessions. Our tenth birthday provided another excellent excuse to bring together our friends and supporters to celebrate our on-going success.

With ASAP not only maintaining its level of performance but expanding its areas of expertise and interest, our 10th year has felt like the one in which we came into our own. We look forward with confidence to our next decade of service to the Australian community.

If you would like a complete copy of ASAP's Annual Report 1994-5 (and who wouldn't) contact Imbi Neeme in our Melbourne Office.

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