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Government Information Sources
 
Since 1907, Curtis Laws Wilson Library has participated in the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) and receives approximately 34% of the government documents offered by the U.S. Government Printing Office. As a participate in the FDLP, we provide access to the collection and assist patrons with using the collection, as well as the facilities and tools to support those activities. The U.S. government documents received by the library are cataloged and can be searched using the online catalog (MERLIN). While the majority of the print documents received through the FDLP are housed on the 3rd floor, many are shelved throughout the collection (e.g., Reference, Map Room, General Collection, etc.) so it is important to check the online catalog for availability and location. All U.S. government documents are accessible to the community at large and policies governing use of the library facilities can be found under "Library Policies". Please contact the Reference Desk if you need assistance locating or using U.S. Government information: (573)341-4007 or by email.


        The following links and websites provide access to federal, state, and international government
        information on the Internet. If you have any comments or something doesn't work, please let us know!

        Federal Government Information Sources
        Links to United State's government internet sites and databases

        International Government Information Sources
        Links to international government sites, which are arranged by geographic area.

        State Government Information Sources
        This area contains links to various state and native american government sites for the United States.


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Last updated: October 12, 2009

 

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