Federal gateways to many sites, such as, depository libraries, federal forms, federal statistics, Google's government search engine, government databases, research centers, house of representatives, the Library of Congress, many databases, and much more.
- Documents Center at Univeristy of Michigan
- The Documents Center is a central reference and referral
point for government information, whether local, state, federal, foreign
or international. Its web pages are a reference and instructional tool for
government, political science, statistical data, and news.
- FCIC National Contact Center
- This site provides contact information for American citizens.
Citizens looking for information about Social Security, Federal Loans &
Grants, Federal Employment, Medicare/Medicaid, Congress and other consumer
- FactFinder U.S. Census 2000 Information
- This site includes data from the Decennial Census,
American Community Survey and the 1997 Economic Census. This information
is available with 100% file and sample file. It also includes tables,
maps and data sets.
- FedForms.gov provides "one-stop-shopping" for forms needed
for the top 500 Government services used by the public.
FedForms does not contain every form used by Federal agencies. If you do
not find the form you are looking for in FedForms, you can either click on
the "Agency Forms Management Web Sites" button on the left or you can do a
search in FirstGov.
- Federal Web Locator
- This site is one of the most comprehensive sites with links to all levels of the Federal Government.
- FedStats is the new window on
the full range of official statistical information available to the public
from the Federal Government. Access official statistics collected and
published by more than 70 Federal agencies without having to know in advance which agency
- FEDWORLD (NTIS)
- Today, the FedWorld Information Network consists of an integrated network offering
the public broad access to information including: Search the Internet, Search
20 Databases, File Transfer Protocol, Bulletin Board System and
- The Federal Government's Official portal to government information.
- Google's UncleSam
- Government Databases available on the Web (St. Marys University)
- This is a subject arrangement of the Federal Databases.
- (GILS) Government Information Locator System Demos
- The Government Information Locator Service (GILS) is an effort to identify, locate, and
describe publicly available Federal information resources, including
electronic information resources. GILS records identify public information
resources within the Federal Government, describe the information
available in these resources, and assist in obtaining the information.
GILS is a decentralized collection of agency-based information locators
using network technology and international standards to direct users to
relevant information resources within the Federal Government.
- GovSearch Carroll Publishing
- GovSearch.com is the leading Government directory available on the
web. GovSearch provides immediate access to biographies of all executive
and key level members of government, federal and defense organizational
charts, plum position postings and many additional consumer features.
- GPO Access
- This site contains House &
Senate Bills, Congressional Record & Federal Register, Code of Federal
Regulations, U.S. Code, Public Laws, U.S. Budget, etc.
- House of Representatives
- Bills & Resolutions, House Floor debates, U.S. Code & CFR
- Library of Congress Thomas
- Includes Bills of the 103rd & 104th Congresses, Congressional Record, Calendar and floor schedules of the House of Representatives.