Government Information

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Snowden Library is a participant in the Federal Depository Library Program, a program which makes publications of the federal government available free of charge to the public through Congressionally designated libraries. Snowden Library became a depository library in 1970, serving the 10th U. S. Congressional District.

More on Government Documents in the Snowden Library

For help with government information:

Catalogs, Databases, Indexes, and Search Engines

Useful Non-Government Catalogs and Search Engines:

Statistical Resources

Useful Non-Government Statistics Resources:
  • State of the Cities Data Systems
    Information on housing and economic development from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Office of Policy Development and Research

Business Information

  • SEC Filings (EDGAR)
    Financial information on public companies
  • NAICS Codes
    Numeral codes representing industries
  • Beige Book
    Also known as Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions
    Information on how the government spends money

Information on Foreign Countries

Useful Non-Government Resources on Foreign Countries: