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Government Shutdown Information: Government Shutdown Information

About the Shutdown

*Information Regarding Federal Government Shutdown*

As of October 1, 2013, the United States Federal Government is without a budget and has 'shut down'.  While this will affect most government resources (websites, offices, etc.) the particulars will vary from agency to agency.  Some websites are no longer updating information, and some websites have basically 'closed'.  

Some agencies which are partially funded through fees (such as the Patent and Trademark Office) may not be able to maintain services as the shut down continues.  Other agencies, such as the National Park Service, are opening specific locations due to outside funding agreements.  So this is still somewhat fluid.

This resource is an ongoing effort to keep you informed.  Please contact us if you have any questions,

Government Info Access and Alternatives

A database from the Pratt Institute listing government websites during the 2013 shutdown, saved to a Zotero library.  400 Government URLs from the USA.gov A-Z list and about 1300 URLs of government social media sites.

ALTERNATIVE ACCESS POINTS FOR U.S. FEDERAL INFORMATION

  • Internet Archive's Wayback Machine
    • Browse through over 240 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. See their blog post for links to cached versions of those agencies that have now pulled their web presence.
  • Proquest Congressional Publications - Requires ASURITE login
    • U.S. legislative information: hearings; committee reports; bills, bill tracking; Congressional Indexes; Serial Set; Congressional Record; Federal Register; Code of Federal Regulations; U.S. Code; Public laws; National Journal, Congress Daily, & member info.
  • AGRICOLA -  Requires ASURITE login
    • Available within ProQuest. Major agricultural resource.
  • MEDLINE (ProQuest) - Requires ASURITE login
    • PubMed data available in ProQuest interface. Major medical resource.
  • ERIC (Proquest) - Requires ASURITE login
  • State Data Center - Arizona
    • The State Data Center program coordinates an Arizona network of U.S. Census Bureau data users, provides training and technical assistance to them, and provides a mechanism for feedback to the Census Bureau.

Other government links:

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Dan Stanton
My Academic Units: School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Herberger Institute School of Film, Dance and Theatre
CLAS Film and Media Studies
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