More than 2,000 US federal libraries and information centers form an information
infrastructure that extends around the globe. Located in all branches of
the federal government, as well as in other independent agencies, they
support their agencies' missions by providing access to information when
and where it is needed, to citizens both within and without the federal
- Federal Library Home Pages
- Links to the World Wide Web sites of federal libraries and information
Survey of Federal Libraries
- Federal Libraries & Information Centers in the United States: 1994. Link to electronic versions of survey summary and data, as published by the US Department
of Education, National Center for Educational Statitistics. (Note:
The summary report requires a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat; data files are
compressed with PKZIP, and are in .DBF format.)
Federal Library Job Openings
- Vacancy announcements from US federal libraries and information centers. Covers librarian, library technician, technical information specialist, and archivist series positions.
Federal Library Catalogs (Currently being updated...)
- Links to federal library catalogs using the telnet
protocol, which is not automatically included in most WWW browsers. You
may need to reconfigure your browser to point
to the telnet program on your computer before
you can use these catalogs.
Internet Resource Guides
"Webliographies" & Other Guides of Interest to Federal Librarians
Subject guides to federal Web resources.
GPO Pathway Services
Resources for Federal Law Librarians
- Presentation used at FEDLINK "Internet Brownbag" sessions..
to FLICC Home Page
Library of Congress
Library of Congress Help Desk (5/7/97)