Non–Depository Index

Non–Depository Index and Microfiche Sets

American Statistics Index

  • Index 1974–current
  • Microfiche 1974–2000
  • Non-depository microfiche 2001

CIS Index to Publications of the United States Congress

  • Congressional Reports, Documents, Hearings, Prints
  • Indexes, Abstracts, Legislative Histories 1970–current
  • Microfiche 1970–1991 from CIS
  • Microfiche 1980–current from GPO

CIS Index to Unpublished U.S. House of Representatives Committee Hearings, 1833–1936

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS Index to Unpublished U. S. Senate Committee Hearings, 1823–1984

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. Congressional Committee Hearings Index, 1833–1969

  • Indexes and microfiche
  • Witness index on microfiche

CIS U.S. Congressional Committee Prints Index: from the earliest publications through 1969

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. Executive Branch Documents, 1789–1909 / 1910–1932

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. House Unpublished Hearings, 1833–1968 / 1969–1972

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. Senate Executive Documents and Reports, 1817–1969

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. Senate Unpublished Hearings, 1823–1976 / 1977–1980 / 1981-1984

  • Indexes and microfiche

CIS U.S. Serial Set, 1789–1969

  • Indexes and microfiche
  • Index and Carto–Bibliography of Maps

The Declassified Documents Reference System

  • Retrospective collection (1945–1974) and the annual collection for 1975
  • Index and Microfiche
  • The Declassified Documents are a microfiche collection of thousands of post World War II United States government documents which were formerly classified top secret, secret or confidential. The documents come from the Central Intelligence Agency, the State Department, various components of the Defense Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, National Technical Information Service and many other government agencies.

Records of the U.S. Indian Claims Commission

  • Records include decisions, expert testimony, transcripts of oral expert testimony, briefs, GAO reports, legislative history of the ICC Act, docket books, and journal.
  • There is a print Index to Decisions and a print Index to Expert Testimony.

Reports Required by Congress: CIS guide to executive communications

  • Index and Microfiche
  • As required by statute, Executive Communications are reports prepared by executive and judicial branch officials and agencies and submitted to Congress.


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