Census 2020 Resources (FDLP Federal Depository LIbrary Program), U.S. Government Publishing Office.
Congressional Documents: Impeachment (Bowdoin College Library): Compiled a comprehensive libguide on Impeachment of an U.S.President from Andrew Johnson to Donald Trump.
Weekly Roundup - U.S. Government Information (UC San Diego Library) compiles weekly updates of important, news-worthy, or interesting materials published by the Federal government.
Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, The U.S. Government Official Edition. Also known as the (Mueller Report).
Virginia Department of Elections is a comprehensive site to retrieve Voters Information, Virginia Elections, Results and Statistics.
Did You Know? Some Interesting Facts About Digital Media (U.S. Library of Congress, Digital Preservation)
Government information is available on almost every topic. The University of Mary Washington is a depository for both federal and Virginia government documents. Besides paper, documents are available in a variety of formats -- online, CD-ROMS, microfiche, videos, maps, and discs. Most documents owned by the UMW Libraries can be located using the UMW Libraries' Catalog. Information about UMW depository selection and maintenance is available in the Government Documents Collection Development Policy Federal Depository #0633.
As a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), the UMW Libraries are expected to provide free and current access to the FDLP electronic collection and the GPO Access databases. See our Public Access Policy for Government Information. Government resources links provide access to government information by branch of government, agency, and subject. Please ask at the Simpson Library Information Desk if you need assistance or use one of the Search Tools to locate materials.
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U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents
collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code)”