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You can search for all United States government publications issued to federal depository libraries since 1976 using MarciveWeb DOCS. MarciveWeb DOCS is the World Wide Web version of Marcive’s Government Printing Office record database. The records found will include the Superintendents Document number or SuDoc number, which is the GPO’s version of a call number. This is the number you will need to request a copy of a publication, if owned, from the Government Publications department at the Central Library. An exciting feature of MarciveWeb DOCS is its inclusion of Web addresses in the records for those government publications you can read on the World Wide Web.

On almost every MarciveWeb DOCS screen help can be reached by clicking on the "Help" button. The following is a quick tour of the main features of MarciveWEB DOCS.

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