CRS Reports Enhanced and Added to the U.S. Congressional Documents Collection

Functionality, Navigating, U.S. Congressional Documents, What's New
Shannon Furtak

Back in early March, we blogged about the availability of CRS Reports in HeinOnline.  We have enhanced their discoverability by creating subcollections for CRS Reports in both the Taxation & Economic Reform in America Parts I & II and the History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III libraries.

These subject-specific CRS Reports can be accessed from the Welcome Screen by expanding each collection to reveal subcollections:

Or by entering a collection and choosing CRS Reports from the Browse Options:

Additionally,  we have now brought ALL of these CRS Reports together into one collection and added them to our U.S. Congressional Documents library, where we plan to expand our CRS Reports coverage to include thousands of new documents pertaining to a multitude of subjects.

The CRS reports in each collection are listed alphabetically by title for easy browsing and searching. You can narrow your search for a specific report by using the alphabet index at the top of the page in any collection containing CRS Reports.

From the Welcome Screen, use the Catalog Search tool and enter either the title or the CRS Report number in the search bar:

You will receive one result for the above search:

Look for thousands of new CRS Reports added to the U.S. Congressional Documents library beginning with the June content release! If you have any questions, please contact our Support Team at (800) 277-6995, or chat with us!