The University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI), a consortium of public university and college libraries in Maryland, is investigating the possibility of establishing a viable consortial ebook DDA program. While several member Libraries have established individual DDA programs, this effort represents the consortium’s initial investigation and discussion regarding an ebook DDA program. Because a central aspect of the mission of USMAI is to provide unified, cost effective and creative approaches to the acquisition and sharing of information and knowledge resources across member libraries, it only makes sense that we would be investigating a consortial DDA program. Additionally, as other libraries and library groups in Maryland (academic, public, and school), consider how best to offer access to ebooks for their users, any work USMAI does has the potential to benefit the larger statewide library community. Several librarians at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) have been involved in gathering information to share with the directors and member libraries. We will share the results of our search for a model beyond the standard multiplier approach as well as where we are and next steps. Because DDA models are evolving, we hope the audience will ask questions and be able to share their experiences with consortial DDA programs.