United states government and U Guide - Resources and Review

based non-partisan organisation founded in 1921 to increase America's understanding of the world and contribute ideas to US foreign policy. Provides analyses of current issues, covering topics such as Globalisation, Homeland security, National Security and Defence, and International law.
US publication which deals with solutions and resources available for governance in the information age.
Official US government information. Includes sections on the President and Vice President and their families, direct access to Federal services, recent news, an extensive archive of White House documents, and an Interactive Citizens' Handbook offering a guide to information about the Federal government.
Provides one
stop access to US Federal Government resources online. Material is arranged within categories such as agriculture and food, consumer services and safety, federal benefits and grants, library and reference, and science and technology. Also offers information relating to the executive, legislative, and judicial arms of the government.
Provides biographical information on all members of the US House of Representatives or Senate from 1774 to the present day, along with details of associated research collections. Entries are searchable by first name, last name, position, and state.
Report to US Congressional Committees reviewing the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative. Concludes that unless there is sustained economic development the project will not have a lasting effect on relieving debt from developing countries. Discussion revolves around how this development may be achieved. Countries cited include Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda.
Offers access to materials relating to the Reagan Presidency (1981
1989). Includes a searchable and browsable collection of texts and speeches by Reagan, selected images from the library photographic collection, a complete list of collections at the library, and a listing of Reagan's major speeches between 1964 and 1989.
Details of member, committee and leadership offices, the weekly schedule of the House, status of bills, summary of current debates and media galleries for radio and television correspondents, the newspaper corps and the periodical press.
Complete searchable text of the annual Economic Report of the President, authored by the Council of Economic Advisors, from 1995 onwards, with statistical tables.
Full text publication issued by the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of John F Kennedy. Offers transcripts of testimonies and affidavits given before the Commission, an article about J Lee Rankin who may have been a conspiracist, a memo released by the CIA advising employees on answers to be given to the Commission, an account of Marina Oswald's testimony, and a document from the Attorney General on how to report the findings to the public.
Provides access to publications including KickStart Initiative: Connecting America's Communities to the Information Superhighway and A Nation of Opportunity: Realizing the Promise of the Information Superhighway.
Alphabetical listing of governmental terms commonly used in the US, with links to corresponding bodies.
Outlines the trade agenda of the Bush administration, and reports on trade policy and activity during 2000. Includes information on the activities of the World Trade Organisation, and covers topics such as regional and bilateral negotiations, and trade enforcement activities. Report is presented as a series of PDF documents.
Full text documents obtained from the Department of State, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defence, the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the National Archives. Includes collections of records on topics of public interest such as freedom of information and human rights, and declassified documents relating to events in Chile from 1973
78. Also features reference materials such as the text of the Privacy Act, executive orders and annual Freedom of Information Act reports. A search facility is available.
US Vice President Al Gore's campaign to downsize federal government.
Details of library and museum holdings and activities which relate to the career of George Herbert Walker Bush. Material covers his positions of congressman, ambassador to the United Nations, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Vice
President and President (1989-1993) of the United States.
Offers original articles and features about US government information and resources, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include government agencies, art and culture, auctions and sales of government property, census and population data, Congress, consumer information, employment, environment and outdoor information, health and medicine, laws and legislation, military information, national security, phone books, science, space, US presidents, and veterans' resources.
Provides access to information on a variety of public affairs including environment, business, healthcare, human resources and more.
Search engine designed to retrieve United States federal, state, and local government maintained Web pages.
History of and guide to the Central Intelligence Agency, discussing American intelligence before the Second World War, key dates and the foundation of the agency, its directors and their responsibilities, CIA medals, and legislative and executive oversight of intelligence.
A service provided by the Library of Congress and making Federal legislative information available on the Internet. Provides access to databases, Bills, the Congressional record, information on the legislative process and access to US Government Internet resources.
Offers information about federal research and development units, funding, and activities for each of the 50 US states, as well as for the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Individual state reports are available as PDF files.
Gateway to government information online. Aims to be a comprehensive central access point for locating and acquiring government information.
US government body with primary responsibility for the safety of civil aviation. Controls US airports, air traffic services, commercial air space, regulation, and certification.
Provides information on the five
yearly US census of Federal, State, and Local Governments, covering organisation, public employment and government finance. The preliminary census is available from July 2002, with more detailed PDF reports becoming available over the following two years.
The report of the Independent Counsel's investigation into the personal conduct of President William Jefferson Clinton, presented to the House of Representatives on September 9th 1998, and the basis of the impeachment proceedings against President Clinton in 1999.
Through research, advocacy, and public education, the Project on Government Secrecy works to challenge excessive government secrecy and to promote public oversight. The Project supports journalists and fosters enhanced public awareness of secrecy issues through publication of the Secrecy and Government Bulletin.
Offers information on the ongoing project to preserve, arrange, review, and describe the official records of the Clinton Presidency (1993
2001) in preparation for the construction of the Clinton Presidential Library. Includes archived 'snapshots' of the four versions of the White House Web page produced during the Clinton administration.
A selection of US government resources including federal, foreign, international, state and local government information. Citation guides, congressional research, statistical data and debate topics are included.
Collection of links to US Government information available via the Internet. Includes search tools, reference materials, and a set of subject
specific guides.
A reference and research library which aims to serve the general public and the media on questions about access to government documents and information.
Outlines US economic and trade sanctions against sponsors of terrorism, drug traffickers, and targeted countries such as Iraq, Libya, Yugoslavia, Cuba, North Korea, and Afghanistan. Also details regulations governing foreign assets for banks, exporters, importers, and the securities, tourism, and insurance industries.
Collection of information relating to various aspects of the American political system and its government. Features an online textbook covering the foundations, processes and institutions of the US government, a library of significant documents, and a glossary of related phrases, concepts, and ideas.
FDA is a public health agency, charged with protecting American consumers by enforcing the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act and several related public health laws. There are links to other US government regulatory agencies concerned with foods, human drugs, biologics, animal drugs, cosmetics, medical devices and radiological health, freedom of information, children and tobacco, toxicology research, medical products reporting and health and human services.
Searchable database of US Government Federal Regulations. The database is searchable by; CFR title number, CFR title and part number, and CFR Title, Part and Page number, by keyword, or by title. The database also allows searching for updates to CFRs found in the database.
Provides information about what members of Congress have been doing, as well as get background information on House and Senate members.
profit organisation that provides information on state government issues to legislators and the public.
List of US government web sites covering all jurisdictions, and also independent agencies.
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