Databases A-Z

  • FDsys is a digital content management system managed by the Government Printing Office (GPO), which collects and authenticates government information. Information is gathered through three methods: Files submitted by Congress and Federal agencies; Information gathered from Federal agencies web sites; and, Digital files created by scanning previously printed publications. Collections in FDsys include: Compilation of Presidential Documents ; Congressional Bills; Congressional Documents; Congressional Hearings; Congressional Record; Congressional Reports; Federal Register; Public and Private Laws; Statutes at Large; GAO Reports; and more. All content is indexed with specialized record metadata and full-text keyword searchable.
    Publisher:
    U.S. Government Printing Office
    Type:
    Article indexes, Electronic books, Electronic journals
    Rights:
    U.S. government document; available to all members of the public via the Internet.

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