Access is through FDSys. GAO reports cover all subjects, analyzing government operations and effectiveness. Some reports contain significant background material, making them ideal for student research.
access to records in a small selection of historic databases preserved permanently by the National Archives; the information in the databases cover a wide variety of civilian and military functions and have many genealogical, social, political, and economic research uses
allows the creation of charts of national political priorities, going back to 1946; sources of the information include Congressional hearings, U.S. laws, entries from Congressional Quarterly Almanac, selected articles in the New York Times Index, Supreme Court decisions, and the US Budget
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Subscription database. U.S. Code dating back to inception in 1925-1926. Also includes the Early Federal Laws Collection, which represents the most complete collection of federal statute compilations prior to the US Code.
The Federal Judicial Center makes this database of biographical information available. You may search or browse the database or construct lists of judges by special criteria, such as court type, gender, party of nominating President, etc.