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Obtaining a Federal Document

Federal documents have increasingly become available on the Internet, through the Government Printing Office Web site, the various Web sites of federal agencies and the Library of Congress' Thomas  Web site. If you can't find what you need online, however, you should be able to obtain it through one of the following resources.

House of Representatives Document Room The House of Representatives Document Room provides many congressional documents free of charge. To obtain materials, call (202) 226-5200 or email the Document Room.

Government Printing Office The Government Printing Office provides government documents, including information from federal agencies, and many non-congressional materials. Fees are applied to each order. To obtain materials, call (202) 512-0000 or email their customer help center.

If you are still unable to locate the document you are looking for, please contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 225-2216 for assistance.