GVMT Subject Gateway
Free online access to official Federal Government publications, directly from the U.S. Government Printing office.
The Library catalog includes records linked to Federal Government documents. Use Advanced Search and the format menu to limit results to Electronic Resources (all).
The full catalog of libraries in the Maryland system, which includes University of Maryland at College Park, a leading depository of government publications.
The United States Government's Official Web Portal.
Federated search tool for over fifty databases from federal government agencies (Use A to Z to find and go directly to government databases on your topic.)
C 3.300:0154-B-16 (For more complete information from the 2000 Census and projections through 2009 please see American FactFinder).
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C 3.223/5: 0159-G (Population & Housing Unit Counts)
C 3.223/18: 0159-H-(#) (Summary of P&H Characteristics)
C 3.223/23: 0156-O-(#) (Summary Social, Economic & Housing Characteristics)
C 3.223/23-2: 0156-O-54 (Social, Economic & Housing Characteristics, Island Areas)
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Provides a mapping utiiity for low income census tracts and their access to supermarkets and food sources.
Over a century of scientific research into our environment. Many journal articles in other databases can be acquired via 'View Digital Object Identifier'.
Science.gov searches over 42 databases and over 2000 selected websites from 14 federal agencies, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science information including research and development results.
Science Accelerator is the meta-search portal for information sources from the Department of Energy.
Public access to NASA's current and historical technical literature, with aerospace related citations, full-text documents, images and videos.
Authoritative source on plants found in the United States and its territories, from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Standardized database of nutritional values of common American foods and food choices, including much commercially available fast food.
Links over 10,000 consumer products to documented health effects, and supports research into consumer products based on chemical ingredients.
Database of health effects of commercial chemicals serves as a reference for the Occupational Safety & Health Administration and the Evironmental Protection Agency.
An integrated database system of hazardous chemicals, toxic releases and environmental health, with interactive maps, reports, articles and fact sheets.
E-Commerce research and data from the U.S. Census.
FDA approved drugs.
A database of over 61,000 economic data series, plus thousands of publications and working papers.
the Federal Reserve's database of older economic data.
The GAO audits and evaluates Government programs and activities. Site links to reports, testimony, decisions, opinions, and guidebooks.
Government agency for granting patents on inventions or designs, or distinct brands on trademarks to identify goods or services in the marketplace.
A public database of official laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and other legal sources contributed by governmental agencies and international organizations.
Central clearinghouse for public sector datat sets in environmental science, health and social sciences.
Information from the NIH and other sources on medical diseases and conditions, including references and links to research and clinical trials.
Statistics on employment and unemployment, pay and benefits, productivity, workplace injuries, and more.
Contains over 210,000 abstracts of publications in criminal and juvenile justice, drug addiction and many other subjects. Many can be accessed from the database record.
American Memory provides free and open access to writings, audio, images, video, prints, maps, and sheet music that document American experience, history and creativity. These materials chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas that continue to shape America.
Continuously updated feed of twitter posts from federal agencies, sortable by subject and agency. An excellent source for discovering up-to-date research and resources.
Comprehensive source on careers, including salary, future prospects, nature of the work, and educational requirements. From the U.S. Department of Labor.
Website featuring 100 milestone documents of American history, published as readable pages and as flash images of the originals,accompanied by resources for teachers and librarians.
The archives preserve American history and culture. The site offers veterans' service records, online exhibits, catalogs, records, and databases.
A joint project of the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities. It currently contains state and local newspapers from 1836 to 1922; plans are to expand from 1690 to the present.
A patent database that begins with patents granted since 1976.
Database of pending, registered and dead federal trademarks
The United States Government's Official Web Portal.
The subject directory of government publications, operated by academic libraries nationwide and coordinated by the U.S. Government Printing Office.
A comprehensive portal to the web resources of the Federal Government, maintained by the Serial and GovernmentPublications Division, Library of Congress.
Up-to-date web directory of federal agencies, publications, reports and databases, organized by subject.
Health information for individuals and families, from the Department of Health & Human Services.
The public portal of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, created to inform and support citizen participation in disaster preparedness at the community level.
Multimedia resources from the Department of Energy, in multiple scientific disciplines.
The National Jukebox makes historical sound recordings available to the public, including recordings from the extraordinary collections of the Library of Congress.
Audio and video files from NASA TV, audio and film archives.
The Steven Spielberg Collection of Holocaust media, with personal testimonies and archival footage of the Holocaust.
A concentration of lectures and audiovisual material covering the collection of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
The major portal to Maryland state government agencies, law, legislation, schools, research,statistics, reports, mapping and data.
The central depository for Maryland government records, dating from Maryland's founding in 1634, and include colonial and state records; county records; church records; business records; and special collections of primary documents, maps, photographs, and newspapers.
The State Publications Depository & Distribution Program (SPDDP) was established by statute in 1982 and collects and distributes Maryland State Publications. This online collection dates from 2009.
The MSDC monitors, analyzes and publishes social and economic conditions and trends, and prepares numerous statistical reports and presentations on the state of Maryland.
Statestat is a consortium of Maryland state agencies providing statistical data and information to support state agency operations, budgeting and financial management.
Maryland State's most extensive collection of legal and government information resources.
News and resources on Maryland Codes, Regulations and Case Law, with many helpful guides and directories for citizens, lawyers and other professionals.
Interactive maps and directories to state services and agencies by location, with statistical and mapping utilities in agriculture, conservation, energy, history, and the state's economy and government.
Interactive and base maps, and data layers in many subjects, for any location in Maryland.