If the name of the author of the government document is known, you have the option of beginning the citation with the name of the government agency or beginning with the name of the author.
Name of the Government Agency Listed First
Name of the Author Listed First
Wilson, Sandra Jo, and Mark W. Lipsey. Effectiveness of School-Based Violence Prevention Programs Reducing Disruptive and Aggressive Behavior.
US Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, May 2005. National Criminal Justice Reference Service. Web. 15 Aug. 2009.
Congressional Document (other than the Congressional Record)
Include number and session of Congress, the house (S for Senate, HR for House of Representatives), as well as the type and number of the publication. Types include bills (S 45, HR 87), resolutions (S. Res. 30, H.Res. 72), reports (S. Rept. 444, H. Rept. 463), and documents (S. Doc. 567, H. Doc. 878, Misc. Doc. 87). The place of publication, publisher, date, and medium consulted come next. Most United States government documents are published by the Government Printing Office (GPO).
House Report Accessed Online
Document from the Congressional Record
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