Online access to numerous Government databases such as Federal Register, Congressional Record, CFR, Congressional Bills, Public Laws, Commerce Business Daily etc. is also available at GPO’s Federal Digital System.
Access the FDLP Basic Collection here.
Thousands of the files from all branches of the Federal Government are available online via the Federal Bulletin Board.
There are several useful sites that have organized links related to Federal and New Jersey State Government information. The following are a few recommended web sites that you can use to find useful links.
Fedworld gives access to thousands of US Government web sites, more than 1/2 a million US government documents, databases, and other information products.
USA.gov is the Home page of the U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal for all government transactions, services, and information. It provides direct online access to official information and services from the U.S. government.
FedSys which is part of the Government Printing Office, is an advanced digital system that enables GPO to manage Government information from all three branches of the U.S. Government.
Browse Topics is a resource designed to be the pathway to any publicly-accessible, Government information. Maintained by volunteer librarians, Browse Topics helps the public locate data, conduct research, and learn about various government Web sites.
Catalog of US Government Publications is the finding tool for federal publications that includes descriptive records for historical and current publications and provides direct links to those that are available online. Users can search by authoring agency, title, subject, and general key word, or click on “Advanced Search” for more options.
The DocLaw Agency Index from the Washburn University School of Law links not only to agencies’ home pages, but also directly to their pages for publications, organizational charts, forms, opinions, manuals and directories.
Gov Spot synthesizes useful and important state, national, and world government resources.
New Elextronic Titles links to new titles printed by the Government Printing Office between today and three months ago.
THOMAS is the source for federal legislative information. It provides several options for finding bills, resolutions, and legislative histories from 1973 to the present.
Government Periodicals from the University of Louisville is a fabulous LibGuide with direct links to tons of freely accessible government periodicals.
Ben’s Guide to the US Government for Kids contains basic facts about the U.S. and the Government, and links to federal agency web pages for children.
Aside from the physical documents of our government collection, our library also has access to the following federal password-protected databases:
- Homeland Security Digital Library
- National Climatic Data Center Online Documents Library
- Public Health Reports
- USA Trade Online
Please be aware, these databases can only be used in the library.
Johnson Public Library is a selective depository for The United States, as well as New Jersey State Government Documents. It is located in the 9th Congressional District. It has been a congressionally designated depository since 1966. It maintains a strong collection of important publications from a variety of Federal agencies. The Depository collection is available for use by everyone. The Collection includes documents in print and electronic formats on a wide range of topics, e.g. laws and regulations, business and career, census statistics, health, science and technology, travel, education, social security, IRS, the US budget, etc... Since we are a selective depository, we have selected only the most essential items for the library. Items not selected by us can be found in the Newark Public Library. Our most sought after documents are listed here. Most documents are also linked in our catalog. In addition the library has some back-dated publications available. Please check with our Government Documents librarian for further assistance at (201) 343-4169 ext.16 or 17. We encourage you to make suggestions if you want the library to add titles that GPO publishes and that we have not already selected.