Government Information Collection

U.S. Federal documents

The Indiana University Kokomo Library has been a Federal depository library since 1969, receiving materials through the Federal Depository Library Program. The collection includes essential government publications such as congressional bills, laws, regulations, presidential documents, studies, reports, and more.

The Indiana University Kokomo Library provides free access to government publications. Library use is not restricted, and Indiana residents may obtain computer guest accounts to receive unfiltered access to online government publications. A print card can also be acquired for printing.

Begin your exploration of Federal documents with the Basic Collection, which are vital sources of information that support the public's right to know about the workings and essential activities of their Federal Government. You can also search for Federal documents in IUCAT.

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State and local documents

The Indiana University Kokomo Library is also a depository for documents from the state of Indiana. Search IUCAT to find these documents.

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Finding government documents

The Indiana University Kokomo Library uses SuDoc call numbers for U.S. Federal documents. Learn more about the SuDoc system, which organizes items by the originating agency, bureau, or office, rather than subject.

State and local government publications are classified using LC call numbers.

We encourage you to visit us or contact us for assistance identifying and locating government materials.

Last Updated: 5 January 2018