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Agency index
Organized by Washburn University School of Law. Index of government agencies.

Browse topics

Federal resources by subject from the Oklahoma State University

library's documents department.

Catalog of U.S. Government Publications

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.

Government Documents Basic Collection

A link to all the titles in the Basic Collection from the FDLP web site.

Frequently used U.S. government websites
Hosted by Vanderbilt University

Substitution List

FDLP guidelines on substituting electronic for tangible versions of

depository publications.


FedBizOpps (Federal Business Opportunities)

Provides information previously included in the paper Commerce Business Daily and CBDNet (online database). is the single government point-of-entry for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000.

Small Business Administration


Occupational Outlook Handbook
You can locate information on a variety of careers as well as articles from the the Occupation Outlook Quarterly.

O*Net OnLine
Includes information on skills, abilities, knowledge, work activities and interests associated with occupations. Based on the Standard Occupational Classification system.


Census '90

The U.S. Census Bureau's gateway to its 1990 decennial census web resources.

Census 2000

The U.S. Census Bureau's gateway to its 2000 decennial census web resources.

U.S. Census Bureau
Includes links to many different sites in the Census Bureau.

U.S. Census Bureau - American Factfinder.
This site has information from the 2000 Census data.


Uncle Sam - brief guide to citing government publications

A guide to citing print and online national government documents, including Congressional materials, statutes, US Code, and microform materials.

From Arizona State University. An interactive form for generating citations to government publications.


Federal Citizen Information Center

Website of free government information and publications. There are links to information on recalls and consumer protection topics.

Federal Trade Commission

Protecting America's consumers.


Foreign Consular Offices
Contains and a complete and official listing of Foreign Consular offices in the United States.

The World Factbook
The CIA is the publisher of this resource which is also available in print. The World Factbook is an excellent resource to use for country reports. Included is a map and flag for the country as well as information on population, current issues, geography, economics, government structure, and the military. Regional maps of the world can also be viewed. When searching this site, don’t forget to click on “Notes and Definitions” for changes in a country’s name, the arrangement and organization of the publication, and an explanation of the information provided for each country.


American's With Disabilities Act
ADA homepage.


Educator's Reference Desk
This site includes the resources that were formerly found at AskERIC. This site also includes 2000 lesson plans, 3000 value-added pointers to education information and organizations, and 200 question archives.

Department of Education
Publications, products, statistics, administrative initiatives, Title IV school codes, and financial aid for students.

ERIC database

The ERIC database provides the public with a centralized website for searching the ERIC bibliographic citations going back to 1966.


FDLP Electronic Collection

This site provides access to several sites that have links to government information on the Internet.

FedWorld Information Network
FedWorld provides access to information from more than 60 federal agencies and to more than 100 government bulletin boards. It offers “a comprehensive central access point for searching, locating, ordering and acquiring government and business information”. Some databases require registration and/or fees.
The first-ever government website to provide the public with easy, one-stop access to all online U.S. Federal Government resources.

Government Information Online

Government documents librarians across the country answer e-mail and chat questions 24-7.

GPO Access
Links to several government databases including: Budget of the U.S., CFR (Code of Federal Regulations), Federal Register, the Congressional Record, U.S. Code and others.

U.S. Department of State
Provides information from the State Department, including information on key officials, travel tips and warnings, passport requirements, doing business overseas.

The White House
Has links to the cabinet, presidential press releases, information about the President and his family and other information.


Federal Reserve System


Uncle Sam - forms from the feds


FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Provides assistance in filling out the FAFSA form and has an application that can be filled out online.

Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
Lists government programs that offer financial assistance such as loans, grants, et al.


National Institutes of Health


Ben’s guide to U.S. Government for Kids
Benjamin Franklin guides children through this site with the intent of educating them about the government. Geared for grades K-12, but parents and teachers will find this site interesting and helpful.

FirstGov for kids

A government documents search engine for kids. There are also subject headings with links to websites.


Code of Federal Regulations

Federal Register

Public and private laws
From the 104th Congress forward

Statutes at large

Supreme Court Decisions
This site includes 1999 term and in-chamber opinions of the court; information on locating Supreme Court opinions, and the Court and Argument Schedule and Supreme Court Calendar. The Adobe Acrobat Reader program is required to view the information.

Supreme Court Decisions - 1937-1975

Thomas: Legislative Information on the Internet
Includes information on legislation, congressional records, and committees.

United States Code

United States Senate

U.S. House of Representatives


Library of Congress


Map collections at the Library of Congress

Topographic maps from the USGS

Go to this site to order topographic maps.

USGS map information
This site has links to several map sites.


Selective Service System

Department of Veterans Affairs
Statistics on the veteran population, disabled veteran resources, legislation, veterans benefits and services.


United States Patents and Trademarks Office

United States Copyright Office



Podcasts from the U.S. Government



The American Presidency Project

This site has much information about the presidency, including the Public Papers of the Presidents and a link to elections. It is compiled at the University of California, Santa Barbara


Social Security Administration


American Factfinder

Population, housing, economic and geographic data from the census.

CenStats Databases
From the U.S. Census Bureau. Databases include Annual Survey of Manufacturers, Building Permits, Census Tract Street Locator, Consolidated Federal Funds Report, County Business Patterns, International Trade Data, information on occupations from the 1990 census, counties in the U.S. and Zip Code Business Patterns

Bureau of Transportation statistics

Links to over 70 federal agencies which produce economic and social statistics at all government levels.

Statistical Abstract of the United States

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Administration on aging

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services



Internal Revenue Service

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