Federal Government Information


Prints are issued by congressional committees on subjects concerning their legislative or research activities. Prints can be about draft reports and bills, directories, statistical materials, investigative reports, historical reports, situational studies, confidential staff reports, hearings, and legislative analyses.


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Start in LexisNexis first. Select Print and search. If you are not given a full text option, then find the SuDoc number and follow the Federal Documents in Print procedure. In a very few cases, prints are ordered as Serial Set Documents.


LexisNexis: Congressional Publications indexes Prints back to 1830.

U.S. Congressional Serial Set (GPO Access) has full-text back to 1997.

Use the Federal Documents in Print procedure.







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