The United States Government Internet Manual is a guidebook for anyone who is looking for official U.S. government resources on the Web. The Manual contains more than 2, 000 site records that provide descriptions and URLs for each site. Evaluations are given for the most important and frequently sought sites. U.S. government organization charts are supplemented with URLs for the 16 Cabinet-level departments and agencies, the House and Senate, and the federal judicial branch. Greater detail on the House and Senate are provided in two appendices. Appendix A provides a roster of Congressional Members with Members' Web sites, while Appendix B provides a listing of House and Senate Committees with committee URLs and the names of chairpersons and ranking minority members. The 2007 edition includes a qQuick Guide to Primary Government Web Sites and Finding Aidsq that pinpoints the most useful sites is printed on the inside cover, and qWhat to Watch for in 2007q is a special section summarizing new government Web sites under development.Tax Benefits for Education http://www.irs.gov/publications/p970/ Sponsor(s): Treasury Department a Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ... site features current news and links to information on the No Child Left Behind program, Pandemic Flu Preparedness, and other high-profile ... In addition, it has an A-Z index and a site map.
|Title||:||The United States Government Internet Manual|
|Publisher||:||Bernan Assoc - 2007|