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Searching OneSearch for Government Documents
SMSU is a selective depository for Government Documents. This means we select certain government documents - either in print or via electronic format. SMSU selects approximately 25% of what the government publishes.
You can search our collection in the OneSearch box. The easiest way to narrow to see PRINT Government Documents that SMSU owns is to include the phrase
SMSU Government Document
in your search. For example, you could search "SMSU Government Document" HIV.
Sites to Search for Government Documents
Since SMSU only selects a portion of what the government publishes and the majority of what they publish is now available online, SMSU's print collection might not have government information your disease. The following are additional ways to search for government resources:
Catalog of U.S. Government Publications
A finding tool for federal publications that includes descriptive information for historical and current publications. Full-text links are included when available along with links to local federal depositories that hold the item.
Provides free online access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government. Some of the publications include: Congressional Hearings, Public and Private Laws, U.S. Courts Opinions, and many more.
U.S. government information and services on the web.