The Annual Reports of the Librarian of Congress highlight programs, projects and activities that occurred during the year at the Library, as well as details of its normal operations in Washington and around the world.
Financial reports of the Library of Congress and select trust funds provide important financial information for the Congress, the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board, and the American people on the stewardship, management, and leadership of the public and private funds entrusted to us.
The Library's Congressional Budget Justifications (CBJs) are submitted annually to the Congress, specifically to the Appropriations Subcommittee for the Legislative Branch. The CBJ represents the Library's annual funding request to the Congress.
The Library's contingency plan to be implemented in the event of a government shutdown.