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The Code of Federal Regulations Title 6 contains the codified Federal laws and regulations that are in effect as of the date of the publication pertaining to homeland security, privacy and civil liberties.

The table below lists the individual parts and volumes of this title by Federal agency or regulatory entity to which the laws or regulations included in that volume pertain. Scroll below this table to purchase individual volumes. (Note: Table is an image and links cannot be clicked.)

The Code of Federal Regulations Title 7 contains the codified Federal laws and regulations that are in effect as of the date of the publication pertaining to agriculture.

The table below lists the individual parts and volumes of this title by Federal agency or regulatory entity to which the laws or regulations included in that volume pertain. Scroll below this table to purchase individual volumes. (Note: Table is an image and links cannot be clicked.)

The Code of Federal Regulations Title 8 contains the codified Federal laws and regulations that are in effect as of the date of the publication pertaining to immigration and naturalization to the United States.

The table below lists the individual parts and volumes of this title by Federal agency or regulatory entity to which the laws or regulations included in that volume pertain. Scroll below this table to purchase individual volumes. (Note: Table is an image and links cannot be clicked.)

The Code of Federal Regulations Title 9 contains the codified Federal laws and regulations that are in effect as of the date of the publication pertaining to animals and animal products, including animal feeding, health, stockyards and processing, and animal-related food safety and inspections.

The table below lists the individual parts and volumes of this title by Federal agency or regulatory entity to which the laws or regulations included in that volume pertain. Scroll below this table to purchase individual volumes. (Note: Table is an image and links cannot be clicked.)

Are you looking for resources to research China and official U.S.-China relations publications/ 

In this grouping of official publications, you will find numerous titles about The People's Liberation Army and the Chinese military, plus China-Russian relations, a few annual print volumes about Congresssional-Executive Commission on China annual reports, select printed volumes about China highlighted in the Foreign Relations of the Untited States (FRUS) series, cyberspace, wargames, select Mineral Yearbook Area Reports, and if you are interested in learning about America's tariffs, check out the Harmonized Tariff Schedule 2019 and our recent blog about the importance of tariffs.

Enjoy this collection of publications published by the Central Intelligence Agency’s Historical Review Program.

The CIA’s Historical Review Program identifies and declassifies collections of documents that detail the Agency’s analysis and activities relating to historically significant topics and events. These collections, centered on a theme or event, are joined with supporting analysis, essays, video, audio, and photographs, and showcased in a booklet plus DVD.

The mission of the Historical Review Program is to broaden access to CIA historical material in order to promote a greater understanding of the scope and context of past actions. Not only does it aim to improve current decision-making and analysis by facilitating reflection on the impacts and effects arising from past foreign policy decisions, it also showcases CIA’s contributions to national security by providing the American public with valuable insight into its inner workings. Finally, it demonstrates the CIA’s commitment to the Open Government Initiative and its three core values: Transparency, Participation, and Collaboration.

The Office of Public Affairs (OPA) advises the Director of the CIA and other senior leaders on media, public relations and communication matters. The OPA Director oversees the daily interaction with the media, the general public and the CIA’s workforce. OPA also manages the Agency’s cadre of speechwriters, who help prepare speeches and testimony for the Agency’s most senior leaders and write other communications for employees.

OPA is composed of three mission areas:

  1. Media Relations- Interacts with the press and the entertainment industry
  2. Public Communications- Manages public communications, including managing the CIA website content, organizing public events with CIA officials, distributing publications and responding to public inquiries
  3. Internal Communications- Employee communications, including the CIA Intranet
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