Is there a book or tabulated work where the configuration state functions of atoms have been documented? Just as useful would be information about computer programs that are able to predict the CSFs.
A configuration state function (CSF) is a symmetry-adapted linear combination of Slater determinants. Even for a small basis set, there can be trillions of CSFs. Those will surely not all be tabulated in a book!
However you asked about computer programs to generate CSFs, and some of these are listed at the bottom of this page.
For atoms there's LSGEN by Sturesson and Froese Fischer.
For molecules there's ALCHEMY II: A Research Tool for Molecular Electronic Structure and Interactions, by McLean et al.