Waukesha Public Library is proud to be a congressionally designated depository for United States government documents as part of the Federal Depository Library Program. This program was established by Congress to ensure that the American public has free access to Government information, which can be anything from laws and budgets to maps, census information, tax forms, and climate data. You can search the library’s collection of federal and state documents via the CAFÉ catalog, and many publications are also available online through the Government Publishing Office at www.gpo.gov and the Wisconsin Digital archives at https://www.wistatedocuments.org/digital/. Questions? Contact the Reference Desk at 524-3682 for more information.