Publicly available documents in all areas of defense research (science, technology, engineering, social science, business & budget), DOD directives & instructions. DTIC is the central scientific, research, and engineering information support activity for the DOD.
Newspapers, news wires, TV & radio transcripts, congressional transcripts, magazines, journals, business pub, Federal & State case law, International law and more. Separate password required (NPS login required to view)
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Journals, trade publications, newspapers, transcripts, company information, U.S. and International legal information and more.
LexisNexis offers two major databases for NPS users: Lexis Advance and Nexis Uni. This one, Nexis Uni is designed with a simplified search interface, uses a targeted subset of LexisNexis, and requires no special password. (NPS users of Nexis Uni are proxy-authenticated.) Documents come from a huge variety of newspapers, news wires, magazines, news weblogs, broadcast transcripts and more, and are provided in full-text (ASCII text only, no graphics). If you need additional information about differences between this product and the larger Lexis Advance (as well as the necessary password for Lexis Advance) please Ask a Librarian.
Congressional information such as bills and laws, legislative histories, hearings, reports, and other documents, Committee memberships, Congressional Record Congressional Research Service, Executive Branch, presidential materials and more.
ProQuest Congressional provides indexing and abstracting of congressional publications. Sources include: full text of congressional hearings, reports, documents, committee prints, bills, Congressional Record, Bill tracking, public laws, biographical information, committees, voting records and executive branch and presidential documents. Our subscription includes information going back to the first Congress in 1789!
Consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States. It is prepared by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the United States House of Representatives. Currency information