Federal Government Document Resources

Inglewood Public Library is a Congressionally-designated Selective Depository Library for U.S. Government Documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed to the public by public law, Title 44 of the United States Code.

Being part of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), Inglewood Public Library is committed to making government resources accessible to the public without age or priority of use restrictions. Although we have selected some federal documents in print and other tangible forms, increasingly, more of these resources are available online.

We collect materials on a wide variety of subjects: health, education, labor, business and trade, employment and careers, parks and recreation, statistical data, military histories, civil rights, federal government operations, government hearings, and other subjects addressed by the federal government.

This page provides links to the online collection based on the "Basic-Core Collectionfor small to medium sized libraries from the Government Printing Office’s Federal Depository Library Manual.

The "LibGuides" provide links to help find resources on a particular subject.

The "FDLP Partnership Program" (in cooperation with Government Publishing Office) provides access to preservation and enhancement of special collections within the Federal Depository Library System.

Mueller Report

Report On The Investigation Into Russian Interference in The 2016 Presidential Election 

Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller, III
Submitted Pursuant to 28 C.F.R. § 600.8(c)
Washington, D.C.
March 2019