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"This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law." (Title 44 United States Code)
Census information, including population and economic topics.
FDLP Basic Collection
Links to titles in the FDLP Basic Collection, supporting the public's right to know about workings and essential activities of the Federal Government.
Search government web sites, including federal, state, and some local, and organizes links to various government services and information. Described as "the U.S. Government's official web portal."
Govinfo.gov provides free online access to official federal government publications and provides links to the U.S. Code, legislative material including hearings, the Congressional Record, and executive branch materials such as the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations.
Catalog of Government Publications (CGP)
Finding tool for federal executive, legislative, and judicial government publications, both print and electronic.
Open source government sources of data on a wide range of subjects, including climate, local government, finance, and science and technology.
Congress.gov has bill text, summary, and status for past and current legislation, 1973-present. Use the Advanced Search to limit your search to a particular session of Congress or to find legislation that has already passed.
A-Z List of Federal Agencies
Federal agencies enact the policies enacted by legislation, so their web sites are useful resources for policy information.
Search multiple federal agency databases for digital publications.
Federal Depository Library Program
Information about the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), which provides U.S. government publications to Odum Library, which receives 58% of materials available through the program.