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About NLB


Functions of NLB
What are the functions of NLB?

The National Library Board (NLB) was formed on 1 September 1995 with the objective of setting up a world-class library system for Singapore to fuel creativity, inspire the imagination and create a learning nation.

For more information about NLB, read NLB Overview.


Careers @ NLB
How can I apply for a job with NLB?

You can apply online via this web site, print the downloadable application form or pick one up from NLB's regional or community libraries.


Annual Reports
Where can I find NLB's annual reports?

You can access NLB's annual reports online or request to peruse them at our regional and community libraries


Library 2000 Report
What is the Library 2000 Report?

Library 2000 Report Master Plan
In June 1992, the Library 2000 Review Committee undertook a review of library services. The Committee, with Dr Tan Chin Nam and Mr Ko Kheng Hwa as Chairman and Deputy Chairman respectively, was asked to formulate a master plan for developing library services over the next 10 years. The Committee was asked to determine how IT could be fully exploited to let libraries play a greater role in an emerging information society.

For more information, read the Library 2000 Report section on this web site.


Contact Details
National Library Board
1 Temasek Avenue
#06-00 Millenia Tower
Singapore 039192
Tel: 6332-3133
Fax: 6332-3233

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