There are several "Green Books," including:
(1) the official directory of New York City agencies and employees, formerly in print, but now available as The Greenbook Online;
(2) the explanation of entitlement programs under the jurisdiction of the House Ways and Means Committee (1996, 1998, 2000 and 2004 editions available on the Additional Government Documents page of FDsys (listed as, "Background Material and Data on the Programs within the Jurisdiction of the Committee on Ways and Means (Green Book)");
(3) the Treasury Department's General Explanations of the Administration's Revenue Proposals;
(4) the Texas legal citation manual;
(5) the list of companies licensed to sell insurance in Florida, posted at http://www.floir.com/companysearch/;
(6) the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Legislation with Analysis, written by Brown and Ahern, published by West;
(7) U.S. EPA Publication 20T-2003, titled "Managing Asbestos in Place: A Building Owners Guide to Operations and Maintenance Programs for Asbestos-Containing Materials" (July 1990); and
(8) the FDA Approved Animal Drug Products list.
(9) the Federal Reserve Board publication, officially titled Current Economic and Financial Conditions. See "Federal Reserve System."
(10) a book called New York Surrogate's Court (LexisNexis) that includes the N.Y. Surrogate's Court Act and the N.Y. Estate Powers and Trust's Law with amendment notes, related laws, forms, the Uniform Rules for Surrogate's Court, etc.
(11) a book of questions posed at the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting with answers from the Employee Benefits Security Administration, officially titled "Questions to the Employee Benefits Security Administration and Summary of Their Responses." (See also "Actuarial Information").