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This guide contains information for users of NYU's US Government Documents collection and other US government information.
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Bobst Library has participated in the Federal Depository Library Program as a selective depository since 1967. The publications received through this program are available for public use in the U.S. Documents Collection, located on the west wing of the 6th floor of the library.

The majority of tangible depository materials published after 1976 and received at the Government Documents Center are represented in BobCat, the library's online catalog. Federal documents can also be located by searching the Catalog of U.S. Government Publications, or the GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys).

For more information on public access to the collection, see the Access to NYU Collections tab above.



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United States Documents

Business, Government Documants and Public Policy Reference

Research Commons, 5th Floor. Bobst Library

Carol Arnold-Hamilton, Governement Documents Reference Asst.


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