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This guide is meant to provide information about our physical government documents collection (includes Kansas and federal) at Kansas State University Libraries as well as online government resources. Click on the tabs to the left for more information.

If you need additional help, don't hesitate to contact the librarians to the left or use our Ask a Librarian services. 

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Federal Depository Library Program

A member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) since 1907, Kansas State University Libraries are committed to assisting the citizens of Kansas in finding and accessing federal government information.

Some facts about our collection:

  • Currently have 78% of all the documents available through the Government Printing Office (GPO). These are available in both print and electronic formats.
  • There are 17 other depository libraries throughout Kansas. If you can't find something at K-State, we can borrow it for you from another library.
  • Most government documents can be borrowed for the same time period as the rest of the libraries' regular collection.