The federal Judiciary and Administrative Office produce a variety of publications for the public, Congress, and other parties to educate, inform about the work of the courts.
Civil Litigation Management Manual (2010) - This manual provides trial judges a handbook on managing civil cases.
Courtroom Technology Manual (1999) - This manual outlines initiatives aimed at reducing the judiciary's reliance on paper and achieving economics in its way of doing business.
Federal Court System in the U.S. - An introduction for judges and judicial administrators from other countries to the U.S. federal judicial system and its relationship to the other parts of the U.S. government.
Federal Probation Journal - Presents current though, research, and practice in corrections, community supervision, and criminal justice. Publishes in June, September, and December.
Journalist's Guide to the Federal Courts - Assists reporters assigned to cover the federal courts.
Judiciary Conferences That Cost More Than $100,000 - Annual reports on conferences that cost more than $100,000 and the purposes of the events.
Long Range Plan for Information Technology - Provides an overview of the Judiciary's information technology programs, describes key strategic priorities, and summarizes resource requirements.
Long Range Plan for the Federal Courts (1995) - The first comprehensive long-range or strategic plan for the federal judiciary that continues to have relevance for the judiciary today.
Post Conviction Risk Assessment - Provides information for federal judges and legal practioners about the Federal Post Conviction Risk Assessment to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of post-conviction supervision.
Strategic Plan for the Federal Judiciary (2020) - Identifies a set of strategies that enable the judiciary to continue as a model in providing fair and impartial justice.