Established in 1813, the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) provides the public with government information, when and where it is needed, in order to ensure an informed citizenry and an improved quality of life. The mission of the FDLP is to provide free, ready and permanent public access to Federal Government Information
Federal Government information, in both print and electronic formats, is distributed to over 1,150 Federal Depository Libraries throughout the United States, the District of Columbia, and U. S. territories. These libraries in turn, make this information freely available to the public and provide assistance in navigating the materials. WWCC has been a Federal Depository Library since 1969.
FDLP curated Libguides can be found here
The Government Printing Office (GPO) produces the official publications of Congress, the White House, and Federal agencies. GPO's information dissemination programs provide public access to the official publications and information of the Government in both digital and printed formats. These include an official website, both online and bookstore sales and, since 1895, a partnership with Federal depository libraries nationwide. Total GPO employment today is approximately 1,700.
This link provides access to a downloadable General Information Leaflet published by the National Archives that tells how to cite Records and Documents found in the National Archives.
Docscite is a step-by-step guide to putting government publication citations into APA or MLA format from Arizona State University.
This short bibliography gives links to several guides on how to site government documents.