When looking for U.S. Government Information it is important to consider who produced the information you are looking for? The United States Federal Government is divided into three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. Each Branch is then further subdivided into agencies, lower courts, committees, etc. Information from these branches exists in different places and where you look for the information will depend who produced it.
Each page in this Guide will provide you resources to search for information published by each of the three branches of the United States Federal Government.
Government information is large and complex and it can be difficult to decide where to begin. If you feel stuck, please contact us!
Use these resources to determine what part of the Government will be talking about your topic.
The Government Information Library is a regional library of the Federal Depository Library Program as well as a depository of Colorado state, United Nations, and European Union information. It consists of over five million items from the United States government, Colorado and other state governments, foreign governments, and international governmental organizations like the UN. As a federal depository, the Library also offers assistance and its collections to members of the public. This includes providing public computers for unrestricted access to government information on the Internet.