SUBJECT GUIDES, SEARCH ENGINES (GOVERNMENT)
The Monthly Catalog (or Catalog of Government Publications, or CGP), of U.S. Government Publications. A comprehensive catalog of federal government documents, whether they are in paper or electronic. Now in an Aleph catalog system.
The Federal Digital System (Government Printing Office) The official federal repository of digital documents. It includes official versions of the Congressional Record, the Federal Register, the Code of Federal Regulations, Congressional Committee Reports, Bills, and hearing transcripts.
FirstGov a Yahoo-like directory of Federal Government Sites.
The Government Printing Office's Pathway Browser: topical guide. Our favorite.
University of Colorado Documents Area's topical guide.
Government Information on the Web from St. Mary's University of Texas.
Science.gov a directory of Federal science-related sites, with links to technical databases such as the GrayLIT network, NTIS, and the PrePRINT network.
Vanderbilt University by Larry Romans.
Federal Consumer Information Center: Savings Bonds, travel, grants, etc.
Ben's Guide: a Guide to government information for children.
Access America for Students: Federal Student Services Directory.
Access America for Seniors: a Directory of Federal Services Directory for Seniors.
Government Databases available on the Web: a select list of major Federal databases available via a Web interface. From Kathy Amen at St. Mary's University of Texas.
Government Information Connection to Digital Collections: a list of major government related digital collections available on the internet, similar to Amen's site above.
Access to Archival Databases System: the National Archives interface to over 50 million historical records from 350 different databases.
GovSpeak: a site that defines many government acronyms, hosted by University of California, San Diego.