Congressional Research Service CRS

CRS is the Congressional Research Service:

CRS is organized into five interdisciplinary research divisions: American Law; Domestic Social Policy; Foreign Affairs, Defense and Trade; Government and Finance; and Resources, Science and Industry.

The Knowledge Services Group provides research support services to CRS analysts and attorneys in providing authoritative and reliable information research and policy analysis to the Congress.

Within each division, CRS staff are organized into smaller sections, which focus on specific areas of public policy.

The work of the CRS research divisions is supported by six infrastructure offices: Congressional Affairs and Counselor to the Director; Finance and Administration; Legislative Information; Office of Research; Workforce Development; and Office of the Director, which includes the Office of Communications.”

CRS does not directly publish its own research.
However, CRS reports can be found at the websites of:
FAS (Federation of American Scientists)
US State Department
US Embassy in Italy
Open CRS (searchable)
North Texas University Libraries (searchable)

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