Federal Depository Library Program
The Moore Library is a selective Federal Depository Library. The Library selects print and electronic federal documents, offered by the Government Printing Office (GPO), to support the academic needs of the University in teaching and research. These documents are made available to primary users and the general public of the Congressional district with the assistance in their use.
Collection and Organization of the U.S. Government Documents
Selection of federal documents is made on an annual basis, using the appropriate selection tools such as Suggested Core Collections by Library Type, List of Classes of United States Government Publications Available for Selection by Depository Libraries, and WorldCat. Selected documents are in a mix of formats - print, microfich, and CD-ROMs. The majority of current U.S. documents are available on the Internet. Tangible documents are retained for at least five years unless the material is superseded.
Federal documents received through the depository program are cataloged and integrated in the Library's general and reference collections. They can be retrieved from the Library's online catalog.
Selected Websites and Search Engines
FDsys - the official website for U.S. documents from GPO (Government Printing Office).
MetaLib - a federated search engine that searches multiple federal government databases.
USA.gov - Locate federal, state and local government information.
Statistical Abstract of the United States - e-version up to 2012.
From 2013, the volume is in print at Reference (REF HA 202 .5722).
More Resources for Federal, State, Local & International Documents
Government Resources (Research Guide)
Need More Help
|Contact Reference Desk at 609-896.5115 or the Documents Librarian Ma Lei Hsieh at 609.869.5241 (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need assistance in locating U.S. government documents.||