The Congressional Research Service, an arm of the Library of Congress, provides Congress with non-partisan legislative research and analysis. The reports are not released to the public and are posted on various websites and in library databases. Starting points for CRS Reports are listed below:
1.) Target your search. Use keywords. Identify non-profit and governmental organizations that specialize in national and international security issues to get started on your research.
2) Use Advanced Google Searching.
Limit your results by domain, date and format.
3) Harness the Power of Google Custom Searches.
Use Google's powerful algorithms to search a curated list of websites.
Use HOLLIS+, Harvard Library's online library catalog, to identify books, reports, data and other items owned by Harvard libraries.
Conduct an advanced search in HOLLIS+ and limit your search by subject for more precise results. On the advanced search site, change the drop down menu next to the search box to subject.
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