College of San Mateo Library is a partial depository library for United States Government documents. This guide will help you find the collected documents in the library - and more online.
Last Updated: Apr 7, 2015
- Open States
Open States, a Sunlight Foundation project, is a collection of tools that allow tracking bills, voting records, etc. in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. The site also helps you find information - and contact - elected officials.
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Submit your comments on proposed regulations and related documents published by the U.S. Federal government. You can also use this site to search and review original regulatory documents as well as comments submitted by others.
Welcome to CSM Library's "Government Resources" guide.
Did you know that College of San Mateo Library is a partial depository library for United States Government documents?
Use the tabs (yellow background) above to look for resources about the federal, state or local government. The tab "CSM Library as Federal Depository Library" will help you find government documents in our collection. The other tabs will help you find more goverment-related information.
"This section of the legal guide outlines the wide-array of information available to you from government sources. These sources range from your local city council all the way up to the largest agencies in the federal government. In fact, you might be quite surprised at how much information is available to you." (from the introduction to the "Access to Government Information" section)