Often, federal government agency websites don't have a lot of analysis nor do they have criticism. They tend to overlook criticism and support or promote current programs and whoever is in office. Where can you go to find government resources that offer analysis? This page suggests a few resources.
I wish to thank Charles Malone of Western Illinois University for his 4/19/16 presentation, "Four Starting Points for Finding Government Information" and for his permission to share this information with you!
Congressional Research Service Reports - CRS - a branch of the Library of Congress - CRS reports are short, unbiased, and made by this service for Congress but generally not available to the public. "Cliff Notes for Congressman" Reports run 12-30 pages.
Areas of Research covered in these CRS reports.
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