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This is the U.S. government's official website that provides easy access to data related to Recovery Act spending and allows for the reporting of potential fraud, waste, and abuse.
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The FedStats web site provides statistical information from over 100 U.S. Federal agencies. Whether you're doing research or just browsing out of curiosity, the site provides the stats you need, conveniently sorted by topic, agency, and location.
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Find out what Congress is up to. This site allow you to examine past, present, and pending legislation. Read an entire bill, or just a summary.
MyMoney.gov is the U.S. government's website dedicated to teaching all Americans the basics about financial education. Whether you are planning to buy a home, balancing your checkbook, or investing in your 401k, the resources on MyMoney.gov can help you. The site provides information from 20 federal agencies government wide.
Project Vote Smart
This non-partisan, not-for-profit organization provides information on thousand of candidates and officials, covering five basic categories: backgrounds, issue positions, voting records, campaign finances and performance evaluations.
The Sunlight Foundation is "making government transparent and accountable" by using technology and creating tools to access easily government and political information that empowers the public to engage in governance.
U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Information and assistance on a wide range of veterans' issues, with pages on specific problems relating to women, homeless vets, PTSD sufferers, and TBI patients.
of the United States Congress, 1774–Present
All you need to know about past and present members of Congress. Search by name, state or territory, political party, date or Congress, or position. Individual entries include links to a bibliography of works by or about the members and, whenever possible, a guide to research collections that house their papers.