Federal topic directories
GovBenefits lets you search for benefits you may be eligible to receive, government-wide, in one place. Search for programs that match your needs. A public/private partnership)
Studentjobs.gov (Office of Personnel Management)
Your one stop to find special opportunities for students in the Federal government. Learn about co-ops, internships, summer jobs, the Outstanding Scholars Program, volunteer opportunities, and plenty of part-time and full-time jobs.
mymoney.gov (Financial Literacy & Education Commission)
mymoney.gov is a federal government website dedicated to helping Americans better understand their money. It offers information from 20 federal agencies about how to save, invest, and manage your money so you can achieve your personal goals.
Homelessness Resources (US Dept of Housing and Urban Development)
Homelessness is a problem that affects many people in America. If you are homeless yourself and need help or if you want to volunteer to help the homeless, HUD has information for you.
DisabilityInfo (White House)
DisabilityInfo connects people with disabilities to the information and resources they need to pursue their personal and professional ambitions. Jobs, education, housing, transport, health, and more info, from across the federal government!
HealthFinder (US Dept of Health and Human Services)
A key resource for finding the best government and nonprofit health and human services information on the Internet. Provides interactive information and carefully selected links to over 1700 health- related organizations.
Federal Government Information (US Government Printing Office)
Official federal government information at your fingertips! GPO Access provides electronic access to a wide variety of useful information produced by the federal government, both online and in print at the GPO Bookstore.
GovLoans.gov is your gateway to government loan information, created by five federal agencies working together to create a single point of access for federal loan information on the Web.
A one-stop resource for information about recreation on federal lands. Offers information from all of the federal land management agencies and allows you to search for recreation sites.
Gobierno USA.gov es la nueva puerta entrada a miles de recursos gubernamentales - todo en espanol desarrollado por y para las personas que hablan espanol.
Women Enterpreneurship in the 21st Century
The growth of women entrepreneurs is one of the most remarkable features of the American economy as more and more women launch businesses. This website offers key resources, information, online programs, and networking opportunities.
USA.gov for Consumers (US Federal Trade Commission)
Your "one-stop" link to all kinds of federal consumer information online. Find information by category - such as Food, Health, Product Safety, Your Money, and Transportation.
Envirofacts (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)
Your one-stop source for environmental info, direct from the EPA. Customize your search for your region, interest area, create reports, even generate environmental maps!
Global health.gov (US Dept of Health and Human Services)
A healthy America depends on a healthy world. Global health.gov is a government web directory for finding information about global health and the link between domestic and international health issues. (Sponsored by HHS)
International Travel Information (US Dept of State)
Your official information center for U.S. citizens traveling internationally or seeking passports, U.S. travel visas for foreign citizens, international adoptions, family issues, and much more. From the U.S. Department of State.
Americans with Disabilities Act (US Dept of Justice)
The US Dept of Justice provides free ADA information and publications, available through an automated ADA Information Line, 24 hours a day. Find out how to order at this website.
Science.gov (USA.gov for Science)
Science.gov is the gateway to reliable information about science from across the federal government. Created by a partnership of 10 major science agencies, it's a great academic resource for students in any scientific or technical field!
National Criminal Justice Reference Service (US Dept of Justice)
The most up-to-date research on criminal justice facts and trends in the United States. NCJRS is a federally funded resource offering justice and substance abuse information to support research, policy, and program development worldwide.
National Endowment for the Arts
The National Endowment for the Arts is a public agency dedicated to supporting excellence in the arts, both new and established; bringing the arts to all Americans; and providing leadership in arts education.
The official kids' portal for the U.S. government. Kids.gov links to more than 1,200 kid-friendly Web sites that covers information for kids in Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, and Educators.