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Citing government documents in your paper: tools and guidelines

Use a tool like RefWorks or EndNote to make citation formatting and bibliography creation easy.

Various online guides can help with specific examples for government documents.
For example, LexisNexis Congressional's How to Cite guide gives great examples of citing full-text materials from its digital collections.

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