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074    0556-C-10 (online) 
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110 1  United States.|bGovernment Publishing Office.|bLibrary 
       Technical Services,|0
245 10 Superintendent of Documents classification guidelines. 
246 1  SuDocs classification guidelines 
246 1  Classification guidelines 
264  1 Washington, DC :|bFederal Depository Library Program,
300    1 online resource 
310    Updated irregularly 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
340    |gpolychrome|2rdacc|0
362 1  Published: September 18 2017. 
500    "The current SuDocs Classification Guidelines will be 
       published online only. Each section will include the date 
       published and date last updated for reference ... [The] 
       online version remains the most current and authoritative 
       source for classification policies"--Introduction to the 
       classification guidelines. 
500    CRDP Program record. 
520    "The Superintendent of Documents Classification Guidelines
       were developed by staff in the U.S. Government Publishing 
       Office (GPO), Library Services and Content Management 
       (LSCM), Library Technical Services section with assistance
       from staff throughout LSCM. These guidelines are a 
       revision of the 1993 GPO Classification Manual. The 
       ongoing maintenance and revision of the Superintendent of 
       Documents Classification Guidelines are the responsibility
       of the Cataloging Policy and Documentation Committee, 
       Superintendent of Documents Classification Subcommittee. 
       The Subcommittee operates within LSCM's Library Technical 
       Services section. GPO uses the Superintendent of Documents
       (SuDocs) classification system to classify Federal 
       Government publications. The SuDocs Classification 
       Guidelines describe how to apply that system to classify 
       and organize Federal Government publications. The purpose 
       of these guidelines is to convey the current policies for 
       assigning SuDocs classification numbers"--Introduction to 
       the classification guidelines. 
580    Continues online monograph with title: GPO classification 
588    Description based on: version last updated October 15 
       2018; title from website navigation menu (viewed Oct. 17, 
610 10 United States.|bSuperintendent of Documents|0http://|vHandbooks, manuals,
650  0 Classification|xGovernment publications|zUnited States
       |vHandbooks, manuals, etc.|0
655  7 Handbooks and manuals.|2lcgft|0
710 2  Federal Depository Library Program,|0
       authorities/names/n86862627|eissuing body. 
775 08 |iArchived version:|aUnited States. Government Publishing 
       Office. Library Technical Services.|sSuperintendent of 
       Documents classification guidelines (Archived version)
780 02 |tGPO classification manual|w(OCoLC)624393247 
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