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Finding a specific publication
Looking for a copy of a specific government document/publication?
Some things you might try:
Search the Library Catalog. Publications from the Boatwright and Muse Law Library depositories will show up there.
Search Google. Many government publications are available via the web and easily found through a search engine. Try adding site:.gov or site:epa.gov (or another agency's website) to the end of your search to restrict your results to those domains/sites.
Search or browse FDSys, the Government Publishing Office's online portal to government information.
Search in HathiTrust Digital Library. HathiTrust is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries; they have digitized many government publications and made them available online.
Search in WorldCat. If another library owns the item in print, you might be able to get it through Interlibrary Loan (or you might discover that another library nearby has it and you can go use it in person!).
Contact Samantha Guss, Social Sciences (& Government Information) Librarian, at email@example.com for help.
The United States Government Manual is the official handbook of the Federal Government, which provides comprehensive and authoritative descriptions of the programs and activities of the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. The Government Manual also includes information about quasi-official agencies, international organizations with U.S. membership, and Federal boards, commissions, and committees.