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One of the best ways to find government documents is to search the Government Printing Office (GPO) database. It includes records published by the Federal Government Printing Office. The catalog includes references to congressional committee reports and hearings, debates, documents from executive departments, and other materials. It is one of the FirstSearch databases available via the Libraries' web site. The paper counterpart of GPO is the Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications (GP 3.8).
GPO allows access to over 1,000 periodicals that the government publishes. Many of these publications, such as Aging, American Education, Children Today, Monthly Labor Review, Schizophrenia Bulletin and Social Security Bulletin may be relevant to the social sciences. To locate these materials, consult the United States Government Periodicals Index.(Z 1223.Z7 U8).
To access research, development, and technical reports, check Government Reports Announcement and Index (C 51.9/3).