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  • Federal Consumer Information Center

    The Center has gathered answers to some frequently asked questions and listed the answers on this site. Popular topics include: Congress; Consumer Topics; Recalls; Freedom of Information Act; Federal Employment; Privacy Act; Medicare and Medicaid; Federal Grants; Federal Loans; Savings Bonds; Government Publications; The Draft; Finding Military Personnel; Social Security; Passports/Travel Abroad; Workplace Issues; Presidential Greetings; and Order a Flag. The site also offers 10 categories of useful resources. Users also will find a toll-free phone number to get answers to questions about Federal programs, benefits and services: 1 (800) 688-9889 (TTY 1-800-326-2996) between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern time.

    http://www.info.gov »
  • Fedstats.gov

    More than 70 agencies in the United States Federal Government produce statistics of interest to the public. The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by these agencies for public use. All of the statistical information available through FedStats is maintained and updated solely by Federal agencies on their own Web servers.

    http://www.fedstats.gov »
  • FedWorld.gov

    FedWorld was established by The National Technical Information Service (NTIS), an agency of the U.S Department of Commerce, as a comprehensive guide for searching, locating, ordering and acquiring government and business information. The site features numerous ways to search for information on any governmental agency, subject-based U.S. governmental Web sites, or Executive Branch department.

    http://www.fedworld.gov »
  • FirstGov.gov

    FirstGov allows users to browse a wealth of information, everything from researching at the Library of Congress to tracking a NASA mission. It also enables users to conduct certain business online, such as applying for student loans, tracking Social Security benefits, comparing Medicare options and administering government grants and contracts. Sections include: (1) Agriculture and Food; (2) Arts and Culture; (3) Business and Economy; (4) Common Interests; (5) Consumer Services and Safety; (6) Environment and Energy; (7) Federal Benefits and Grants; (8) Healthy People; (9) Home and Community; (10) Learning and Jobs; (11) Library and Reference; (12) Money and Taxes; (13) Public Service Opportunities; (14) Recreation and Travel; (15) Science and Technology; and (16) The U.S. in the World. There are also U.S. government and state and local sections.

    http://www.firstgov.gov »
  • GovConnect.com

    GovConnect's Internet portal is a front door to eGovernment everywhere. The Web portal provides a destination for citizens to find information and conduct transactions. Click on a subject listed on the home page or use the extensive search capabilities to find a topic of interest to you. Resource sections include: Benefits and Services; Consumer Information; Education; Electronic Transactions; Federal; Forms; GovEmployees; GovKids; GovSeniors; Health and Welfare; International; Jobs; Licensing; Local; Military; Politics; States; Tax Center; and Travel.

    http://www.govconnect.com »