Answered By: Reference Staff
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2018     Views: 39

The Library Research Guide, Government Sources is a good place to begin for locating sources for government reports and related documents.

  • Starting places for government information 
  • Links to popular documents such as economic indicators, federal code, etc. 

The GPO Website is also a good source for access to the three different branches of the Federal Government.

  • More than 1.5 million titles available.
  • Accessible on smart phones, tablets, laptops and personal computers.
  • Alphabetical list of collections
  • Ability to search by calendar
  • Quick links to popular publications. 

Search the Library Catalog, located on the Library home page, to find available government documents.

  • Click on CATALOG and then Advanced Search to the right. 
  • Type your keyword(s) in the Search for box. i.e. "court opinions"
  • Select Government Documents from the Format box and Click Find.

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