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Information about the UI Library Federal Depository Library Collection
Last Updated: Jul 9, 2015 URL: http://libguides.uidaho.edu/Documents Print Guide

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FDLP Program

The Federal Depository Library Program was initiated by Congress in 1813. Today the Government Printing Office oversees the program under the authority of Title 44 of the United States Code. The University of Idaho Library joined the program in 1907. In 1967, the UI Library became a regional depository, meaning it acquires 100% of items issued by GPO through the FDLP Program. As a regional, the library also oversees eight other selective depositories in the state of Idaho. 

 

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Welcome

The University of Idaho Library is the Regional Depository for U.S. Government Documents for the state of Idaho. The collection consists of more than 675,000 paper documents, 800,000 microforms, 200,000 maps, 7,500 CD-ROMs, and more than 25,000 online publications. This comprehensive and unique collection offers free access to more than 1.7 million items to all users. Unconstrained access to federal documents helps to inform and empower students and residents of Idaho to become better citizens.

(Documents may be requested at the ciruclation desk after hours.)

 

New News/Government Information

Federal Election Commission - 6/24/15

As election season gears up, find campaign finance disclosure information on the FED website.  With ready-to-go charts, graphs, and maps as well as .csv and .xml files for downloading, the site provides a variety of information for all types of users. 

 

Contact Us

Rami Attebury, Government Documents Librarian
208-885-2503
Marian Murta Bell, Library Assistant I
208-855-6344

Reading Room Location: Basement Special Collections


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