Below are the most frequently asked questions we receive about U.S. Government documents. For further assistance contact Chris Palazzolo, Government Documents Librarian.
- How do I find out what U.S. government documents Woodruff Library has?
- Where do I find a U.S. document at Woodruff if I have the Superintendent of Documents (SuDoc) call number?
- What if I can't find a U.S. document?
- I have a citation (e.g. H.Rpt. 99-32) -- how can I find out what it refers to?
- Where do you keep the Congressional Record, U.S. Code, Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, U.S. Census, Foreign Relations of the United States?
- Where do I get federal tax forms? State of Georgia tax forms? Other state tax forms?
- How do I find a congressional hearing or another congressional publication (e.g. text of a bill, Senate/House document or report, etc.)?
- How do I find information from the Census of the United States?
- Where do I get government statistics on topics in addition to what is produced by the Census of Population and Housing?
- How do I find presidential documents, like speeches, executive orders, proclamations, etc?
- How do I find regulations or regulatory information?
- How do I find treaties or U.S. foreign policy documents?
- How do I find the U.S. budget or budget information?
- How do I register to vote?
- How do I cite a government document in a paper?
What government maps does Woodruff Library have?