Information About Free Government Websites

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If you are looking for information about the free government websites, you will certainly have a lot of options to choose from. In fact, there are millions of different websites on the internet, and most of them are free. But they are often difficult to find for a novice Internet user. Let us look at some of the more popular ones.

Government search engines are the biggest most well known free government sites. They allow you to enter in the keywords or topic you are searching for, and the results will return all of the online government resources on that subject. You will not only find specific government services, but also non-profit websites and news and information. The search results may be limited, but they are usually worth the wait, especially if you are doing research on a topic that is often controversial. Do a general search and see what comes up.

The Federal Government’s Office of Inspector General has their own website. There are a number of quality federal government information sites on the internet, so you could browse a bit before deciding on this one. If you are looking for local government websites, you will probably want to go with the county government sites. These are usually free, but sometimes you need to pay a small fee.

The Library of Congress has an online archive of over 100 million online government resources. This includes web pages and other data that are publicly available. If you are interested in historical documents, this is your online home. Plus, if you are interested in taking a class in US History, this is the place to go.

If you need information on local government sites around the world, you may want to check out the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This is another very good government site, so you can use it to search for both the online government and non-government data that you need. Plus, this site also provides the most updated web page information.

There are a number of national bureaus and agencies on the internet, so you can start your research there. The Bureau of Justice Statistics is a well known source of statistics. For a few hundred dollars, you can gain access to its five-year data set. Another popular bureaus are the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the US Census Bureau.

If you have any questions about money online, you might want to try using the Internet Financial Institutions Association. It is a website of the top financial institutions in the world, and it provides an up to date list of all of the financial institutions in the US. All of these are free government resources, so use them.

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