Create your Works Cited by using the template of core elements. List each relevant element for every source.
For online sources list each relevant element from containers 1 and 2, and include an access date.
See the MLA Handbook 9th Edition, pages 120-121, for more information on citing government resources.
Include a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to an online journal article when possible, eg. https://doi.org...
If no DOI is available, include a URL without http:// or https://
On a database, use the permanent link or permalink.
Include an at the end of a citation. Your professor requires it.
When citing a government author, arrange work cited entry from macro to micro:
Name of Government, Name of Agency.
When a government author is also the publisher, omit the government author field. Begin with the source's title, and include the government name in the publisher field.