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Federal government information

Page history last edited by Bruce Sarjeant 8 years, 2 months ago

What's Federal Government Information?  Anything published or written or created by the US Government of US Government Agency!  Yeah!

 

Some Basic Government Information Tools:

 

www.USA.gov  The main government web portal.  It's a nice place to start on-line to explore the many agencies and programs of the US Government.  You may browse by topic, audience or search for a specific agency.  I personally have fun perusing the government auctions. 

 

The United States Government Manual  (AE 2.108/2: Year) An nice place to look for neat little charts of the government hierarchy.  Also includes short histories of agencies and agency duties with employee listings.

 

Statistical Abstract of the United States: [year], The National Data Book (C 3.134: Year) Nice place to start for basic, quick, statistic questions.  I've found that if I don't know where to start when looking for a statistic I'll start here and follow the references listed for the information back to the source.

 

FDsys New system which provides online access to items submitted by Congress and Federal Agencies. www.fdsys.gov

 

Related Wiki Content

FrontPage

Federal Register

Resources for new government information librarians

Promotion of Federal Documents

 

Additional Resources

Federal Government Resources on the Web, from University of Michigan: http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/federal.html

Red Tape Blog

 

Comments (1)

Grace York said

at 4:16 pm on Apr 4, 2012

There's a new URL for "Federal Government Resources on the Web: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~graceyor/govdocs/federal.html This hasn't been updated since I retired in 2009, but if there is interest, I will be glad to do so. Grace

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