Updated SuDoc Classification Chart Poster – Free to Depositories

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  • Many Federal depository libraries display the handy, “How to Locate a U.S. Government Publication” poster near their FDLP collection. It guides patrons in navigating U.S. Government resources that are arranged by Superintendent of Documents classification number.

    This poster has been updated and is now available for free ordering by Federal depository libraries. Please discard any old versions of this poster, as they now contain outdated information.

    The new posters are 11 X 17 and are made of durable paperboard. Please login to FDLP.gov, and order your library’s posters today (limit 5 posters per depository).

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