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Government Documents: General Information

Provides access to the host of resources provided by the federal and state governments

Welcome!

Government information can help you with many subjects. This LibGuide will help you navigate some of the many resources available, and Page Library staff can assist you in person, via phone, email, and chat.

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Contact Us!

For assistance in accessing federal government information or publications, contact any of the staff at Page Library, use the Ask the Librarians tab at the bottom of this page, or:

Call: 573-681-5504
Email: pagelibrary@lincolnu.edu                                                

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Jefferson City, MO 65101

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Friday: 8am – 5pm
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Accessing U.S. Government Information

US Government information is available on the Internet or on our shelves. We can help you find what you need!

Since 1944, Page Library has been designated a partial official depository in the Federal Depository Library Program, administered by the Government Publishing Office (GPO) in Washington, DC. The library provides access to federal government resources and assistance in finding federal government information.

  • View U.S. government information online by using the links in this guide. This guide is not comprehensive, but resources are selected based on regional interests and needs. It is updated as regularly as possible. 
  • Search or browse our collection of print documents through our online catalog or visit in person. 
  • Contact us at pagelibrary.lincolnu.edu, call 573-681-5504 for assistance with finding federal information or using any of the resources listed. To chat, submit a question via the blue "Ask the Librarians" tab at the bottom of this page.

For the most comprehensive federal government documents collection in the region, please visit the Missouri's Regional Federal Depository Library at the University of Missouri.

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