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Government Shutdown Impacts Online Resources

Due to the federal government shutdown, many online resources administered by federal agencies are either unavailable or not being updated. This post relays information compiled by the Cofrin Library at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.

The following resources are unavailable:

You can search “archived” versions of some government websites by using the Archive.org “Wayback Machine.” More information is provided in a post on the Internet Archive Blogs titled Blacked Out Government Websites Available Through Wayback Machine.

The following resources are not being updated:

In addition, the Department of Defense website is available, with limited updates. The Department of State website is available and appears to be updated as of this writing. The Department of the Treasury website is available and portions of its website will continue to be updated.

Legislative information websites will continue to be updated and accessible. These include:

For more information on the status of government services, please consult:

Many thanks to Cofrin Library at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay for compiling much of this information, as well as to the Portland State University Library for additional information.

5 Comments on ’Government Shutdown Impacts Online Resources‘

  1. Craig

    Excellent compilation of all the shut-ins!

  2. Chelcie Rowell

    Hats off to Cofrin LIbrary at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay who did all the hard work! Essentially, we’re relaying their summary.

  3. Travis

    Thanks for the info. I found out the hard way on Monday when I tried to access http://www.loc.gov/ndnp/ .

  4. Chelcie Rowell

    Library of Congress resources are probably those that hit me the hardest, too. NDNP and id.loc.gov.

  5. Mary Beth

    Thanks for forwarding the summary, Chelsie. This is helpful.