How to find government documents related to the subject(s) about which you need information.
Though government documents are classified and arranged differently that books in the general collection, their catalog records are not dissimilar from other records. Like other records, gov doc records have Library of Congress subject headings, which means users can search for gov docs by subject, or use the LINK+ catalog to locate an appropriate record and then use the associated subject headings in the record to locate similiar holdings in a library.
The United States
Government is the largest publisher in the world, producing a variety
of publications on myriad topics. If you have a general idea of your subject interest, the following portals are good places to find related resources and publications: