John E Riley Library
Northwest Nazarene University
Selective Depository 0138A
Government Documents at Depository Libraries
• Federal: The Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) was established by Congress to ensure that the American public has access to its Government's information. Since 1813, depository libraries have collected government documents and provided free access to them for the public. Anyone can visit one of the 1,250 Federal depository libraries and use the Federal depository collections.
• State: The State of Idaho disseminates Idaho government information to the public through its website
Federal Stimulus Act
After the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, check to see how and where your tax dollars are being spent. An oversight board will routinely update this site.
PLEASE NOTE: During construction of the new Leah Peterson Learning Commons,
the John E Riley Library will be located in the Helstrom Business Building, Harter Lecture Hall
Due to the smaller space, there will be
limited access* to our print collection of government documents from July 1, 2013 through August 31st, 2014
*See our Contingency Plan for 2013-2014 document in the box on the left side of this page
Alternate access is being provided via the following options:
- Search the NNU Library Catalog for links to an electronic copy
- Search WorldCat for an electronic copy
- Search FDSys for an electronic copy
- Check with neighboring Federal Depository Libraries - Boise State University, Boise Public Library, or College of Idaho
- Contact LaRita Schandorff, NNU Government Documents Librarian, at 208-467-8606 or email@example.com for further assistance
The John E Riley Library has been a selective depository library for U.S. Government Documents publications since 1984. The Library selects approximately 20 percent of the publications made available to participating depository libraries. The Documents Collection is arranged by the Superintendent of Documents Classification System (SuDocs), which arranges publications by their issuing agency. Documents are located on the Main floor of the library. The Collection is especially strong in areas of education, health sciences, business, history, and political science.