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The Government Information Online (GIO) Virtual Reference Service, coordinated by the GODORT Education Committee, is a partnership with GPO to handle reference questions that are received through AskGPO. This free service also allows users to submit questions directly and includes a helpful FAQ for commonly asked reference questions. GIO covers all types of government information: federal, state, local, and international. The service is staffed by volunteer government information librarians.
Justia : provides free case law, codes, regulations, statutes, and legal information - also blogs, alerts, opinion summaries, federal dockets - all searchable - The experts at Justia excel at providing open source, reliable, and wide ranging access to the law.
MetaLib (Government Printing Office) allows Federal depository libraries to research and identify Federal resources. Use MetaLib's federated searching to retrieve reports, articles, and citations by simultaneously searching across multiple databases (including reference databases, digital repositories or subject-based Web gateways). This tool, a service of the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications (CGP), provides:
Depository Tools to assist in the maintenance of federal and Virginia depository items.