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How do I Find Government Information?: Federal Resources by Subject

A Guide for Locating and Accessing Government Documents and Web Resources


An early map of the L'Enfant plan for Washington D.C.

The L'Enfant Plan for Washington D.C. courtesy of GPO.

The following is a non-comprehensive collection of Federal Government resources organized by subject. There is a lot more content in the wide world of Government Documents than is collected here, but these are some good starting points. For additional research help, contact the Government Documents Subject Librarian.

The subject areas on this page are arranged alphabetically. You can use this list to click directly through to a topic: Agriculture, Data & Statistics, Defense & National Security, Education, Energy & Science, Environment, Grants, Health & Housing, Impeachment, Immigration & Migration, International Relations, The Justice System, Labor & the Economy, Libraries & Archives, Lobbyists, Native Americans, Patents & Trademarks, Public Lands, Standards, Social Security, Trade, Transportation & Infrastructure, and Veterans Affairs.