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 Technical Reports
Use the Report reference type for technical reports.
 K. Kraiger and M. S. Teachout, "Application of generalizability theory to the Air Force job performance measurement project. A summary of research results," Human Resources Laboratory, Air Force Systems Command, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas, Tech. Rep. AFHL-TR-90-92, July 1991.
- Use Pub Year for the year and Pub Date Free Form for the month or month/day.
- Report Numbers are often lengthy. Remember to indicate the type of report. In this example it's "Tech. Rep." but "Bull.," "Circ.," and others are possible.
- Use Publisher for the name of the issuing organization, which may be a federal or local government agency, a company, a university, or an independent entity. Often the names are lengthy and indicate the corporate structure. In this example, the Human Resources Laboratory is a subdivision of Brooks Air Force Base, which is a subdivision of the Air Force Systems Command. If you're not sure, use the top level; in this case it would be Brooks Air Force Base.