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FDSys: A New Way to Access Federal Government Information

The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) recently launched FDSys (Federal Digital System), a portal to online federal government information.

FDSys will replace GPO's current website - GPO Access - by the middle of 2009. You can search available collections by basic keyword or advanced search options such as publication date, branch, title, or full-text. Collections currently available include the Federal Register and Congressional Record (1994-present).

FDSys is available as a public beta, which means you can test its features and help improve this valuable website! The public is encouraged to email feedback to pmo@gpo.gov.


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