Government resources are primary sources of information created and made available by government agencies and organizations. These primary sources of information will vary in their specificity of topic, breadth of content, and can be used for your research purposes.
Government publications come in a variety of formats such as: annual reports, fact sheets, statistics
Government Technical Reports provide sources of information for innovations in scientific and technical R&D. Federally funded research reports that present difficulty in searching and retrieving due to challenges with publication and dissemination control.
Government databases help researches find by searching the websites of subject associations
and research organizations .
U.S. and International repositories allowing open access and for users to search collections of curated federal government resources .U.S. Government Repositories
Google allows researchers to conduct customized search of non-governmental as well as international organizations by entering your selected keywords or search strings for information resources.
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