Answered By: Keely Wilczek
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2016     Views: 14

In addition to getting help from HKS Librarians and using our U.S. Government Information Sources - Federal and U.S. Government Information Sources - State & Local, you can also make use of the Government Documents Collection in Lamont Library.

The Government Documents Collection is the central reference and referral point for government information from the United States government, 160 foreign governments, and many international organizations. The collection is strong in demography and population, history, international relations, international trade, and the social sciences. Reference assistance is available in person at Research Services in Lamont Library or by contacting Government Information Services staff, via e-mail or at 617-495-2106.  They also have their own research guides available.

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