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About Government Documents
United States Government Information can provide you with a wealth of information to help support your research paper or projects. U.S. Government documents are primary sources of information from the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the Federal Government.
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Here you can find forms & instructions, answers on filing taxes, information on credits & deductions, or maybe you want to check on the status of your refund?
SuDoc stands for Superintendent of Documents Classification System. A SuDoc number is a call number much like that of a library's call number. The government uses this system to organize and shelve documents by the SuDoc number. Sudoc numbers are made of two parts - the class stem and the book number.
This site provides information on topics and services related to voting. .
Votesmart.org is not a government site, but is dedicated to educating citizens on understanding the basics of government. If you want to know how a bill becomes a law, know more about the Constitution, the election process, and much more, this site is a good starting point.