Re: Federal Register online?

karl h schwerin (schwerin@UNM.EDU)
Wed, 9 Aug 1995 14:29:26 -0600

On Tue, 8 Aug 1995, Anita Cohen-Williams wrote:

> Does anyone know if the Federal Register or any other grant databases are on
> the Net? (Including WWW sites.)
> Anita Cohen-Williams; Reference Services; Hayden Library
> Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 85287-1006
> PHONE: (602) 965-4579 FAX: (602) 965-9169

Under Gopher Jewels I found the following
6. Government
3. Political and Government
2. Political and Government Collections
1. Library of Congress (Politics Collection)
8. U.S. Congress
5. Guide to US Government Legislative Documents at LC :
(p. 32)
2. Federal Register. GPO. (daily) J1.A2
Established by an act of Congress in 1935, this is the official
source of all Federal rules and regulations of the executive departments
and agencies. Separate section included for Presidential documents.
Index is printed separately: monthly with cumulated editions. For
information on how to use this publication see Federal Regulatory
Directory, p. 872-873 of the 1990 edition.

Location: LLRR 4 years hard copy
LLRR 1935- (fiche or film)
LL stacks 1936- (loan set)
N&CPR current year

Online version: DIALOG/136 [abstract only] (1977-
DIALOG/660 (1988-)
NEXIS/exec;fedreg (7/1980-)
WESTLAW/fr (1980-_