Finding Government Information
A service of the US Government Printing Office that provides free electronic access to numerous databases including: The US Budget, CFR, CBD, Congressional Bills, Directories, Pictorial Directories, Records, Reports, History of Bills, Economic Indicators, Public Laws, US Code, US Constitution, Federal Register, GAO Reports and Decisions, GILS, Privacy Act Notices, Supreme Court Decisions, US Government Manual, Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents
The office for the publication and distribution of official documents of the U.S. Government.
Congressional Research Tutorials from UC Berkeley
How to cite government information from UC Davis
Abbreviations and Acronyms of the US Government GovSpeak from UC San Diego
What is an E-DOC?
Electronic versions of Government documents (pdfs, webpages, etc.) that can be accessed several ways.
1.) E-DOC Available through the St. Charles City-County Library District's web-based library catalog. To date, SCCCLD has 35,000+ electronic documents in the catalog.
E-DOCs are accompanied by this symbol:
* FYI - The E-DOC symbol is not live when viewed inside the library at the catalog terminal, however it accessible via the catalog when accessed by library card on the Public PCs or from your own home computer.
You can search E-DOCs in one of two ways:
After locating your subject, click on a specific title and then click: View Electronic Document
The CGP is the finding tool for federal publications that includes descriptive records for historical and current publications and provides direct links to those that are available online.
3.) GPO's Federal Digital System (FDSys) provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.