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Online Directories and Search Engines for Federal Government Information

The United States Government Manual - 2005/2006

FedStats Home Page
U.S. government Internet site that allows computer users to view statistics from more than 100 federal agencies.

An official U.S. Government portal to government information, services, and online transactions. includes a topical index, a search engine, and links to state and local government

Firstgov Free Government E-Mail Newsletters
Tools for subscribing to free government e-mail newsletters.

Google Uncle Sam

Government Information from INFOMINE
INFOMINE is a search engine supported by the Library of the University of California, Riverside.

Government Resources on the Internet, a Teaching Web by HSLC and The Virtual ChaseGSA Federal Consumer Information Center
General Services Administration portal for consumer questions about Federal programs, benefits or services.

LSU Libraries Federal Agency Directory 
 Louisiana State University directory of Federal Agencies. Includes hierarchical and alphabetical lists of links to agency on the Internet.

Office of Governmentwide Policy
Portal which collects federal government-wide policies on acquisitions, regulations, information technology and many other issues.

Official US Executive Branch Web Sites
Library of Congress Internet Resource Page.

The Federal Web Locator
Directory of Federal Agencies is designed to be a one stop shopping point for federal government information on the World Wide Web.

U.S. Government Information Sites
Internet site maintained by St. Mary's University Library with links to popular sources of government information.

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