ʻOihana Hale Waihona Puke Aupuni o ka Mokuʻāina o Hawaiʻi
Public Library System
Where you belong
Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) is funding that is provided through the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services to every state through a formula. Hawaii receives about $1.2 million each year. The funding is used for technology, internet connectivity, and digital resources to ensure access to resources on all six (6) islands is equitable.
In order to receive the funding, HSPLS is required to submit an LSTA Five Year Plan. The following includes the most recent and past plans.
For Hawaii’s LSTA Five Year Plans, click on the documents below.
|Current Plan & Evaluation:||Previous Plans & Evaluations:|
|LSTA Five Year Plan 2023-2027||LSTA Five Year Plan 2018-2022|
|LSTA Evaluation 2018-2022||LSTA Five Year Plan 2013-2017 (rev. 4/1/14)|
|LSTA Five Year Plan 2008-2012|
|LSTA Evaluation 2008-2012|
|LSTA Five Year Plan 2003-2007|
|LSTA Evaluation 2003-2007|