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Congressional Research Service Reports

Sources for identifying and finding CRS reports

Introduction

Congressional Research Service logo with drawing of US Capitol buildingThe Congressional Research Service (a division of the Library of Congress) provides high-quality research and analysis for committees and members of Congress. These reports, studies, and issue briefs are succinct and well-researched and many are regularly updated. About CRS.

CRS does not provide direct online public access to its reports, or distribute reports to libraries. However, some organizations and institutions have made thousands of reports freely available, and some UW-restricted commercial databases have extensive collections of reports.

Guide Authors & Contributors

Originally prepared by Cheryl Nyberg.