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Recommended Databases for U.S. Federal Documents   Tags: government, law, legal, legislation, united states  

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  • FDsys
    The Government Printing Office (GPO) provides this access to authenticated US federal government publications, mostly mid-1990's to present
  • ProQuest Congressional Publications
    Full text of most US Congressional titles 1789-present as well as Executive Branch publications through 1932. Congressional Record since 1985.
  • GPO : US Government Publications
    Subset of the WorldCat index, limiting results to citations (not full text) of US federal publications; all subjects and years
  • MarciveWeb DOCS
    Catalog (index only) of U.S. government publications July 1976 to the present
  • NTIS: National Technical Information Service
    Indexes millions of technical reports of government-sponsored research; strong in sci/tech, but all topics represented

Law and Legislation (see also above)

See also FDsys and ProQuest Congressional Publications (above)

Declassified Documents & Foreign Intelligence

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