RUSMARC Expert Council (Russian version of UNIMARC) was established in the National Library of Russia which is a methodological, scientific, information and cultural center of federal significance (in accordance with paragraph 22.5 of the Federal State Budgetary Institution Statute "The National Library of Russia").

The Council is an expert advisory body which purpose is to provide consultative, scientific, methodological, analytical and expert assistance to the activities of Russian libraries in the field of support and development of RUSMARC.

The Council consists of representatives from different Libraries of Russia who works on the principles of voluntaries and independence. RUSMARC Expert Council participants:

  • The National Library of Russia
  • The State Public Scientific and Technical Library of the of the Russian Academy of Science, Siberian branch;
  • Central Scientific Medical Library;
  • The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library;
  • Associated Regional Library Consortia (Arbicon)
  • Regional Universal Scientific Library. A.M. Gorky

Organizational and informational support of the Council is provided by the department of Linguistic support of electronic catalogs and Subject Analysis and Access (the National Library of Russia).

Expert Council Members:

  • Barsukova Viktoriia (The National Library of Russia)
  • Golubtsov Stanislaw (The National Library of Russia)
  • Zagorskaya Elena (The National Library of Russia)
  • Kochkina Marina (Central Scientific Medical Library)
  • Myan Natalia (Regional Universal Scientific Library. A.M. Gorky)
  • Nasvetko Tatyana (The National Library of Russia)
  • Nikolceva Nadegda (The National Library of Russia)
  • Pavlenko Elena (The National Library of Russia)
  • Pashkova Alla (The National Library of Russia)
  • Stykalova Anna (The State Public Scientific and Technical Library of the Russian Academy of Science, Siberian branch)
  • Ysmanov Rustam (Associated Regional Library Consortia (Arbicon)
  • Chistihin Konstantin (The National Library of Russia)
  • Smirnova Marina, as an observer (The Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library)