|الميلاد||26 يونيو 1950 (69 سنة)|
- http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb13598693q — تاريخ الاطلاع: 31 مارس 2017
"Margo Williams". Park Library. 1999. مؤرشف من الأصل في 07 يونيو 2010.
On Jan. 15, 2009, Margo Williams' extraordinary efforts in creating a searchable database of government documents on all the prisoners the Pentagon has acknowledged being held there received prominent coverage in ProPublica. The direct link is https://www.propublica.org/article/gitmo-database-details-779-prisoners-cases .
Forrest Glenn Spencer (September 2009). "10 questions: Margot Williams: a 24-hour news cycle and competition from other news outlets keep Margot Williams busy helping reporters at the New York Times meet the paper's high standards for accuracy and thoroughness". Information Outlook. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 07 يونيو 2010.
I was also on a team that won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting of the war on terrorism. In this effort, I was a member of a team that included Bob Woodward. I have to say that every prize that I have ever been involved with has been a team project, so it's not like the Pulitzer Prize is in my name. In order to get recognized, you have to have your name on the story somehow when it appears in print. In all my years in news librarianship, we'd have to fight to get credit on a story. That's the first step, and that's how it came about that researchers became part of Pulitzer Prize-winning teams.
Eric Umansky (2009-01-15). "Gitmo Database Details 779 Prisoners' Cases". Propublica. مؤرشف من الأصل في 07 يونيو 2010. اطلع عليه بتاريخ 07 يونيو 2010.
We found the project so interesting that we decided to ring Margot Williams, the Times’ database research editor, who has spearheaded the effort. Margot has been involved in breaking Gitmo stories for years. In fact, she’s such a junkie, she said she put a recording of KSM’s confession  on her cellphone.