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FDLP stands for the Federal Depository Library Program. The FDLP was created by Congress to ensure that all U.S. citizens have access to government information. Through the FDLP, the IU Law Library collects all publications of Congress, all Justice Department publications, administrative reports and decisions, major agency annual reports, and other publications. The Law Library is also one of a few law schools serving as a depository for U.S. Supreme Court records and briefs. All of these materials are searchable using IUCAT or OCLC.