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During the past two years, increasing numbers of federal documents have become available on the Internet, either through the Government Printing Office website, the various websites of federal agencies or the Library of Congress' Thomas website. If you can't find what you need online, however, you should be able to obtain it through one of the following resources.

House of Representatives Document Room
Provides many congressional documents free of charge. To obtain materials, call (202) 226-5200 or email the Document Room.


Government Printing Office
Provides government documents, including information from federal agencies, and many non-congressional materials. Fees applied to each order. To obtain materials, call (202)512-1800.

Federal Depository Libraries in North Carolina
Provides the locations of Federal Depository Libraries that store copies of most federal documents

FedWorld Information Network
A searchable database of federal information.

THOMAS
The Library of Congress Internet Legislative Information System. Updated daily, it provides a searchable database for information about all bills passed in the 107th and 108th Congress, bills pending in Congress, and House and Senate floor speeches and debates recorded daily in the Congressional Record.