Saturday, July 4, 2009

Easy Access to Government Resources

If you're like me, you are overwhelmed by the amount of information on the web. For instance, if you want trusted information produced by the U.S. government and you'd rather not sift through everything that comes up on your screen, why not just go directly to the website?

Here you'll find an overview tutorial which explains exactly in video and transcript how you can easily find what you're looking for. Other video tutorials make it effortless to understand:

1. How to government tasks online;

2. Where to shop government auctions and sales for real estate, cars, gifts, etc.;

3. Where to find government benefits, grants, loans and financial aid;

4. How to get your questions answered to common "government" issues;

5. How to work, study, travel or do business in the U.S.;

6. How to locate in-person government services near you.

You can find information by organization (Federal, State, Local or Tribal Government). You can contact the Government. You can look up information by topic. Find images, news, maps. And if you still have trouble locating the data you want, try the government search box.

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