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FDLP Content: About Partnerships

Federal depository libraries are required to provide access to all Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) content and catalog or point to the content that is most useful to library patrons. This guide describes that content.

About FDLP Partnerships

GPO has official partnership agreements with other Federal agencies and libraries to manage and provide free, public access to select FDLP content. Some of the partnerships are with libraries managing tangible content or providing a service while others provide access to online content accessible through bibliographic records in the CGP. Some partner content is also in govinfo.

Online content is available from Digital Preservation Stewards, Digital Content Contributors, Digital Access Partners, and Cataloging and Metadata Contributors.

For more information, see the FDLP.gov Partnership page

Partnership content in online FDLP Content

This list is designed to facilitate access to online partnership content.  Content is also available through bibliographic records in the CGP, and some content is also in govinfo.
Digital Preservation Steward
Digital Content Contributors
Digital Access Partners

Cataloging and Metadata Contributors

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Become an Official FDLP Partner

Institutions that have a project or a resource that would benefit the public and the depository community are encouraged to form partnerships with the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO).  Partnerships also include Preservation Stewardships for physical depository publications.

Interested in becoming a partner?  Inquire today!

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