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Oregon Documents Repository
About the Repository
The Oregon State Library has administered the Oregon Documents Depository Program since 1907, collecting, preserving, and distributing publications of Oregon state government.  In 2006, the Library instituted the Oregon Documents Repository, bringing the Depository program fully into the 21st century.  The Repository collects, preserves, and provides access to online publications of Oregon state government.
Like the print Depository Program, the Repository depends on the cooperation of publishing agencies, and of Oregon Documents Depository libraries, to provide continuing access to public documents.

Browse/Search the Repository via the Oregon State Library Catalog.  The Library's catalog includes links to the archived documents and information about paper equivalent documents in the Library's collection.
Oregon Documents Depository libraries will also include records for items in the Repository, as will the WorldCat database, which is available to state employees through the State Library, and to others through their local public libraries.
Oregon New Electronic Titles (OrNET): Monthly lists of titles added to the Repository, March 2006-January 2015.
MARC records for new titles added to the Repository are available to download.

Supporting documents
Oregon Revised Statute:  Chapter 357 of the 2013 Edition. The ORS contains the requirements for publishing agencies and the State Library.
Administrative Rules: 543-070-0000. The OAR lists Oregon Documents Depository libraries, defines their obligations, and defines documents to be included in the Repository.

For more information, contact:
Jey Wann
(503) 378-5023