What is Component Organization and Registration Environment (CORE)?
CORE.GOV, the Component Organization and Registration Environment--your government source for business
process and technical components. CORE.GOV is the place to search for and locate a specific component that
meet your needs, or to find components you can customize to meet your unique requirements. You can also
recommend components for inclusion in http://www.core.gov
What is eXtensible Markup Language (XML)?
Extensible Markup Language (XML) embodies the potential to alleviate many of the
interoperability problems associated with the sharing of documents and data. Realizing
the potential requires cooperation not only within but also across organizations.
For more information visit the xml website.
I am searching for Government grant money to finance a new business, a non-profit group or business enterprise.
How do I go about finding available grants?
A good place to start to look for grant information is the electronic storefront for Federal grants. The electronic
storefront is a government-wide effort to identify Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide
assistance or benefits to the American public. The electronic storefront contains financial and non-financial assistance
programs administered by departments and establishments of the Federal government. Search for the type of grant that
best meets your needs.
For more information, visit the electronic storefront at http://www.grants.gov