Government Publications Department
Tennessee Regional Depository
University of Memphis Libraries Guides
The guides are mostly to Web sites, however, some contain print sources you shouldn't
do without. The resources are selected and annotated by librarians. Why spend hours
searching on the Web when we've done it for you?
Brief Guide to Citing Government Publications
Citation Guides Online
Courts, United States
Dot Gov: Single Subjects
The Feds Go to School
Forms from the Feds
International Agencies, Statistical Resources, and Treaties
Small Business Resources
Statistical Resources of the U.S.
Treaties & Multinational Agreements
Who's Who in the Federal Government
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Great Guides from Other Government Publications Departments
University of Michigan
Widely recognized as the "best of the best", the University of Michigan Documents
Center provides extensive, annotated guides on a great variety of federal and international
subjects. Must see!
Terrific guides, plus a Ready Reference Shelf and Documents in the News
University of Louisville
Almost 100 topics with Internet links. Climate and Weather, Homelessness, Gun Control,
Poverty and Taxation and many more.
University of Colorado, Boulder
Several annotated links under each of approximately 80 subjects such as Transportation,
Human Rights, Affirmative Action and Water.
Many resources here, but exceptionally strong on public policy issues and social issues.
Pathway Services Government Printing Office
Links to Government sites for over 100 topics such as Armed Forces, Minerals and Mining,
Birds and Air Pollution. Also conveniently links to GPO sales publications on the
Frequently Used Sites Federal Documents Task Force