|Required if applicable/Required if applicable|
|1st Indicator Number source|
|Source specified in subfield ‡2|
|0||Superintendent of Documents Classification System|
|1||Government of Canada Publications: Outline of Classification|
|2nd Indicator Undefined|
|Subfields (R=Repeatable NR=Nonrepeatable)||Input Standards|
|‡a||Classification number (NR)||Mandatory/Mandatory|
|‡z||Canceled/invalid classification number (R)||Required if applicable/Required if applicable|
|‡2||Number source (NR)||Required if applicable/Required if applicable|
Government Document Classification numbers. The classification number assigned to a government document by a government agency at any level (e.g., provincial, state, national, international). Use field 086 if a number can be characterized as both a stock number and a classification number.
Identify United States Superintendent of Documents numbers by coding the 1st indicator value 0 . If the nature of the number is unknown, use field 037.
If GPO distributes multipart monographs with volumes or parts in the same format, but under different numbers, enter the item numbers in volume or part number order. Indicate the volume or part in parentheses following the item number. If the volumes or parts also have different SuDOC numbers, arrange the 086 fields in the same order as the 074 fields to which they apply.
If GPO distributes a serial with different volumes or parts in the same format, but having different item numbers over a period of time, enter the item numbers so that the earliest item number is in the first field 074 and the most recent item number in the last field 074. If the volumes or parts also have different SuDOC numbers, arrange the 086 fields in the same order as the 074 fields to which they apply.
|Number source. The source of the Government Document number.|
|Undefined. The 2nd indicator position is undefined and contains a blank ( ).|
|‡a Classification number||For U.S. Superintendents of Documents Classification numbers, enter one space between any letter or number not separated by punctuation or by symbols, such as ampersands.|
|‡z Canceled/invalid classification number||A canceled or invalid number.|
|‡2 Number source||A code that identifies the government list from which the document number is assigned. Use if the 1st indicator value is (blank). See MARC Code Lists for Relators, Sources, Description Conventions ( http://lcweb.loc.gov/marc/relators). |
A state document:
U.S. Superintendant of Documents. numbers:
|Field 086 subfield ‡a prints as a call number for institutions profiled for Government Document numbers. The entire call number prints on one line. Subfields ‡2 and ‡z do not print.|
Use the following guidelines for printing: