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Websites, RSS feeds, and email services for new government documents
Last Updated: Apr 20, 2015 URL: Print Guide

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The U.S. Government and State of Montana are producing new material all the time. The library acquires quite a bit of this material in printed form and through catalog links, but there are additional (and sometimes faster) ways of learning about new government reports. This is a quick guide to available tools for keeping up with new government information.

Many of these tools involve variations of "push" technology; new material is pushed out to researchers rather than requiring users to come to the library or to a specific website to look for newly available information. RSS feeds push alerts of new materials to a users' news aggregator, email newsletters push new information to a users' inbox. Other websites offer some of these push tools and aff the benefit of aggregating information in one space. Give them a try!

Recommended websites

These are some of the best available websites for learning about newly released government reports.


New Government Documents

See what new government documents have arrived.


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