Here's a list of general government resources provided by various Texas agencies and other reliable sources. For sites covering more specific areas, consult the subject tabs.
Don't forget that the Library has a collection of print Texas government publications, too. However, the distribution system for printed Texas documents no longer exists, and we have cut back our legacy print holdings to a small collection. For most of the documents that we have discarded, however, there are electronic versions linked in the Library's Catalog.
The University of North Texas maintains a digital collection of all documents that would have been distributed through the depository program since its termination.
The Texas State Data Center provides information from the Census Bureau (back to 1990) as well as their own estimates and projections. They also provide reference materials such as maps, technical papers, and presentations. Here are some features of particular interest:
This guide was originally developed by retired librarian Kathy Amen.