1999 Statistical Abstract of the United States – “Uncle Sam’s Reference Shelf”
50 States of the United States, The – official mottos, flags, capitals, photos, etc.
American Currency Exhibit – Money hasn’t always looked like it does today. Explore the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s American Currency Exhibit online and watch history come alive as you step back in time to our nation’s beginning. Learn how our country’s rich history is closely tied with our currency.
American FactFinder – U.S. Census Bureau
Aviation Safety Data – FAA – Aviation Safefy Information
CSB – CIRC: Chemical Incidents Reports Center – The Chemical Incidents Reports Center (CIRC) maintained by the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board, an independent federal government agency. Updated throughout the day, the CIRC contains chemical incident information from throughout the world.
Chiefs of State – CIA Leadership Analysis
Consumer Information Center – Mother lode of gov. brochures on topics a-z
Council for Excellence in Government, The – comprehensive information on reinventing government, leadership practices and acquisition reform.
Department of Education – College loans and grants
Department of Health and Human Services – Medical and health info
Department of Labor – This site includes the agencies of the Dept. of Labor.
Department of Veterans Affairs – Vets benefits from education to home-loan assistance
EconData.net – Site is designed to help practitioners, researchers, students, and other data users quickly gain access to relevant state and substate socioeconomic data. The site aims to be a convenient, comprehensive first stop for anyone searching among the vast, disparate array of public and private data sources on the Web.
Economic Research Service, The: U.S. Department of Agriculture – official source for economic analysis and information on agriculture, food, natural resources, and rural America.
Energy.gov – U.S. Department of Energy
FedNet – provides live and archived audio coverage of congressional events including the Floor debates from the House and Senate, hearing coverage and news conferences.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – constantly updated combination of emergency preparedness encyclopedia and up-to-the minute news source on major disasters affecting the United States. Plus you’ll soon find photos, fact sheets, maps, reference documents, and links to other emergency-related sites around the world.
FedStats – easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by more than 70 agencies
Federal Trade Commission – Brochures on subjects from investment schemes to bogus credit repair
FedWorld Information Network – Access over 120 Government agencies
FirstGov: Search U.S. Gov Sites One-stop site consolidates 20,000 U.S. government Web sites – some 27 million web pages – into one searchable site.
Great Seal of the United States, The – This site combines hard facts and history of the Great Seal with meditative essays on its numerous symbols and mottoes, including the famous Pyramid and Eye.
Guide to U.S. Government Sites – site to help you find Web sites sponsored by United States Government departments and agencies. You can browse the site by topic, including consumer information, scientific and technical reports, congress, crime and justice, and many more.
Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – home page for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The scrolling HUD Highlights lead to updated information about their various programs. The eight main choices lead to links on consumer information such as How to file a housing discrimination suit, a searchable database of homes for sale.
Mayors at a Glance – search for a mayor by name, city, state or by city population. Returns your query with a photo, e-mail address, phone number, fax, election date, and city Web site link. Election results for cities over 30,000 are posted by the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
Minnesota Planning – Minnesota Planning, a state agency, provides timely and accurate information on critical issues to policy-makers and the public.
My Government – service from American Online provides background and contact information for federal and state elected officials based on the zip code entered. Detailed information on key congressional measures and voting in U.S. Congress are also presented.
National Archives and Records Administration – NARA is an independent Federal agency that helps preserve our nation’s history by overseeing the management of all Federal records.
National Security Archive, The – independent, non-governmental research institute with declassified U.S. documents
National Whistleblower Center, The -a place where government employees can turn when they witness misconduct. It’s also involved in environmental protection, nuclear safety and civil rights.
Passport Services – courtesy Department of State
Presidential Pardons – updated pardons news, a Presidential Pardons Roundtable of legal scholars, answers to frequently-asked-questions, a glossary of pardon terms, plus Presidential clemency statistics, 1789-2001.
Search Legislation – Using THOMAS Search Engine Full Text of 104th Congress
Social Security Online – official Web site of the Social Security Administration
State and Local Government on the Net – guide to government sponsored sites.
ThisNation.com: Tools for Citizens – Learn how your representatives voted, how to register to vote in your state, or who’s running for Senate and House seats in your district.
Thomas – legislative information on the Internet
U.S. Blue Pages – Site provides information about your federal services and how to connect to them along with quick links to the most requested federal sites, and a virtual help desk that will respond to your E-mail questions within 72 hours. There is also a handy listing of national toll free and other customer service federal government numbers frequently called by the public.
U.S. Gov’t FAQ – Have a question about federal programs, benefits, or service? Each year, the Federal Consumer Information National Contact Center and Federal Websites and Agencies handle millions of calls, letters and emails from citizens who are trying to find answers to their questions. This site offers topics people ask about most often ?d information and resources to provide answers to your questions.
United States Customs Service – latest enforcement activities, travel information, employment, decisions from the Office of Regulations & Rulings, and press releases.
U.S. Federal Government Information Locator Service (GILS) – The U.S. Federal GILS is being implemented throughout the Federal government to improve anyone’s ability to locate and access publicly-available Federal information resources.
United States Governors – All 50 governors, with political affiliations, terms of office, addresses and phone numbers.
UMich Documents Center – central reference and referral point for government information, whether local, state, federal, foreign or international.
WWW Library: US Government Information Sources – over 950+ government links
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents – Site is published every Monday by the Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Administration and contains statements, messages, and other Presidential materials released by the White House during the preceding week.
World Rulers – search for heads of state and government.