Government Documents often have a group/corporate author listed instead of a specific person's name. The author may be the name of a department, commitee or agency.
When the government department, agency or committee that created the document is also the publisher, put the word Author where you'd normally put the publisher name.
Capitalize the first letter of the first word of the title. If there is a colon (:) in the title, also capitalize the first letter of the first word after the colon.
Capitalize the first letter of proper names in titles, such as names of places or people. Example: Canada
Place of Publication
For cities in the US and Canada list the city name and the province or state code. For other countries, list the city name and the country. Examples: Toronto, ON ; Tokyo, Japan
Electronic Government Documents
Many government documents are now published electronically as well as in print. Don't include the place of publication or a publisher for an electronic book (ebook). Instead provide the url and the date you last viewed the document.