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Federal Government Resources

Last Updated: January 14, 2009

The President, the Cabinet, the White House, and the Executive Office of the President. This branch enforces the laws.
Boards and Commissions
Organizations established by Congressional or Presidentail action whose function are not limited to the internal operations of a parent department or agency.
U.S. Supreme Court and the Federal Judiciary. This branch reviews the laws.
Independent Establishments
includes EPA, CIA, Social Security Administration, U.S. Postal Service, Peace Corps, AmTrak, etc.
U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and the Library of Congress. This branch creates the laws.
Quasi-Official Agencies
Organizations which are not Executive agencies but are required to publish their activities in the Federal Register.
Alphabetical Listing
An alphabetical listing of Federal government resources available on the website.
Historical Documents
Includes links and information pertaining to Federal and Washington State history such as the U.S. Constitution, The Federalist Papers, the Washington State Enabling Act and much more.
U.S. and State Tax Forms
Links to U.S., Washington, and Pacific Northwest tax forms and publications.
Symbols of the United States
Government Reference
Includes resources on forms of address and salutations, a topical index to government information, indexes to Federal government information, and Federal government databases such as the Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations and more via GPO Access.
Searching Federal and State Government Agencies via
Allows you to search for Federal and State government information for the 50 states.