Freedom of Information Act (Federal) Research Guide
This guide discusses how to use the federal Freedom of Information Act , 5 U.S.C. 552, to obtain records from federal government agencies when those records are not published in the Federal Register or distributed by the Government Printing Office.
FIO is a reference and research library in the University of Missouri School of Journalism on the Campus of the University of Missouri-Colombia. Established in 1958, the center now has a collection of more than 1 million articles and documents about access to information at the state, federal and local levels, in addition to a wide collection of online documents accessible through it's webpage.
TRACfed's core purpose is to make information about the federal government's enforcement and regulatory effort more accessible to the public. Provides information on government spending and programs in all areas. TRACfed covers six areas: criminal, civil and administrative enforcement, federal employees, federal funds, and community context.