The Federal Library Directory is a new resource of incredible value.
The directory, organized by FLICC, is searchable and provides detailed information about more than 1,000 U.S. federal libraries worldwide. Contact information, available services, and welcome audiences are listed, among many other characteristics of interest.
Read more about it in the press release.
As you may know, GPO Access, the federal government's site for documents and reports, is being replaced by FDsys. The transition has begun, and no new materials will be added to the old site. That site will be "retired" during the 2012 fiscal year, specific date yet undetermined.
FDsys stands for "Federal Digital System" and it is also a product of the U.S. Government Printing Office. The system provides access to information products from all three government branches, including fulltext documents and metadata.
Learn more about this resource on the FDsys site.