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These are some government reports and other publications that you may have heard mentioned recently on television or on the radio, or read about in the newspapers. Many of these documents are in PDF format and require the.
The 72-year privacy restriction is about to expire on the records on individuals from the 1940 Census. Here is some information on these records, which are very useful to genealogists and historians.
The President's Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2013 is now available from the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO). The public can search or browse the budget, which is accessible from FDsys <>. Budget documents are available in PDF format, with many of the tables also available for separate viewing and downloading as spreadsheets in xls and comma delimited formats.
The Budget is also available on mobile devices and provides access to the text and images of the main FY13 Budget book, including the Budget Message of the President, information on the President's priorities, and budget overviews organized by agency. Summary tables are available in PDF format. This is the first time the Budget is available as an app. To access the app on your mobile device, go to <> or scan the QR code with your mobile device.
For more information about the federal budget, Texas state budget, and the University of North Texas budget, see our Budgets subject guide.
The following President's Budget documents for FY 2013 are available online:
Additionally, copies of the FY 2013 Budget are available for purchase from the U.S. Government Online Bookstore at <>.
Hydraulic fracturing is a technique used to recover oil and natural gas from underground low permeability rock formations. This process involves pumping fluids under high pressure into the formations to crack them, releasing oil and gas into the well. The technique has been the subject of controversy in recent years because of its potential detrimental effects on the environment and on public health.
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is providing public access to the newly discoveredbetween various individuals in Washington and Air Force One pilots and officials on board during the flight from Dallas to Andrews Air Force Base following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. View the press release from NARA at < >.
Available on FDsys, this digitized version of the two hour and twenty-two minute recording was donated to the National Archives by the Raab Collection. The tapes were found among other papers and memorabilia of Army Gen. Chester "Ted" Clifton, Jr., who served as senior military aide to President Kennedy. The White House Communications Agency (WHCA) provided the tapes to Gen. Clifton. The conversations were captured by WHCA, which routed all phone calls and radio traffic. The recording includes references to new code names and incidents, among them are:
The digitized recording is being made available electronically to Federal depository libraries on FDsys, under: