In 1913, depository libraries across the country were created to house federal documents. SAC's depository was established in 1972 as Depository Number 0591B. The U.S. government has made an heroic effort to transfer agency information to the Internet, much of which you will find accessible here. Whatever the format, paper or electronic, all depository documents are listed in SAC's Online Discovery.
Documents shelved throughout the library may be used in-house by any patron. Documents published in electronic format may be accessed from computer workstations within the library or at home.
The San Antonio College Library is proud of its depository collection. As with the rest of this library's collection, documents are accessible to the disabled. For assistance with documents, please contact librarians at the 2nd Floor Reference desk.
When searching for government information in WorldCat, enter your topic, then specify the Material Type. The Material Type (mt=) is also included as a choice on the pull-down menu under 'Indexed In'. The Material Type codes are:
Federal Mobile Apps Directory
Government native apps, hybrid apps, responsive sites and mobile websites offer official information and services from the palm of your hand.
American FactFinder provides access to data about the United States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas. The data in American FactFinder come from several censuses and surveys.
Most Wanted Terrorists
Each individual has a portrait, why they are wanted, and reward
Wanted by the FBI
Aside from the Terrorists list, Sections include: Ten Most Wanted, Crimes Against Children, Featured Fugitives and Missing Persons, Additional Violent Crimes, Kidnappings & Missing Persons, and Parental Kidnappings.