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Govt. Documents Librarian

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Bert Chapman
(765) 494-2837

Fax: (765) 494-9007

Government Documents Department

As a selective federal depository library, Purdue University Libraries strives to meet the government information needs of Indiana's 4th congressional district by providing users with free and expert access to U.S. and other government information resources.  Access to these resources can help individuals and organizations gain greater understanding of government programs and policies for education, economic, and personal improvement.  Information on Indiana's 4th congressional district can be found at this Census Bureau website.   Purdue is part of a network of over 1,200 Federal Depository Libraries administered by the U.S. Government Publishing Office.

Featured Website and Documents: Border Security Statistics from Texas' Dept. of Public Safety.  Covers from Sept. 2014-present.

Redistricting Data Program is a Census Bureau resource explaining how 2020 Census of Population data is used in legislative redistricting.

 China Naval Modernization-Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities:  Background and Issues for Congres is an October 7 Congressional Research Service Report.

Research Brief:  How COVID-19 and the Economic Consequences Are Likely to Impact Migrant Smuggling and Cross-Border Trafficking in Persons and Migration to Europe and North America is a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime analysis.

Watch an October 7 Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee hearing on telehealth services.

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