Access to the Homeland Security Digital Library

The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) and the Naval Postgraduate School are pleased to announce their recent partnership to provide access to the Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL). HSDL is a database of over 50,000 non-classified Presidential directives, policy and national strategy documents, as well as specialized resources related to Homeland Security. Additional information about HSDL is contained in a presentation by Greta Marlatt at the Fall 2007 Federal Depository Library Conference.

Prior to this partnership, HSDL was only available to Federal, state, and local government officials; research institutions; and the U.S. military. All Federal depository libraries are now eligible to add HSDL to their item selection profiles. Academic and Federal agency libraries will have the option of gaining access through IP authentication. All other depositories will be eligible for access via a password.

Complete the form to request access to HSDL. Once verified, your library will receive instructions on how to set up an account from GPO.

An online form replaced the fax form in March 2013.

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