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Department of Education Electronic application for financial aid for post secondary education institutions with a toll free help number to answer questions on filling out the form. Guides to federal grants, loans, and work-study programs for students. Download Free Application Software for Federal Financial Aid and Student Financial Assistance Guides.


Office of Personel Management (OPM) OPM manages employment policy for more than half the civil service. It develops and gives written exams, rates applicants, and refers applicants to agencies with openings. It also publicizes job openings through automated telephone systems, websites, and printed materials.


Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Information on the latest therapies, newest drugs, or the best ways to stay healthy. FDA is the federal agency responsible for ensuring that foods are safe, wholesome and sanitary; human and veterinary drugs, biological products, and medical devices are safe and effective; cosmetics are safe; and electronic products that emit radiation are safe. FDA also ensures that these products are honestly, accurately and informatively represented to the public.  
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National Cancer Institute A wide range of accurate, credible cancer information covering state-of-the-art care to cancer facts sheets and other publications.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Provides information about good nutrition and improving the eating habits of the nation's children. Dietary Guidelines for Americans, Food Guide Pyramid Information, Information about improving the nutrition of children.

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U.S. Business Advisor The one-stop electronic link to government for business. The U.S. Business Advisor exists to provide business with one-stop access to federal government information, services, and transactions.
Small Business Administration (SBA) Since 1953 the SBA has helped small businesses succeed, from start-up through the many stages of growth. The SBA’s programs and services can assist you in almost every aspect of starting your business, from developing a business plan to obtaining financing, and from marketing your products and services to managing your company.


Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) The SEC is an independent, nonpartisan, quasijudicial regulatory agency with responsibility for administering the federal securities laws. The purpose of these laws is to protect investors in securities markets that operate fairly and to ensure that investors have access to disclosure of all material information concerning publicly traded securities. The Commission also regulates firms engaged in the purchase or sale of securities, people who provide investment advice, and investment companies.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) ConsumerLine offers the full text of approximately 150 consumer and business publications on a wide range of categories, including credit, investments, health and fitness, telemarketing, home and real estate products and services, automobiles, and shopping and working at home.

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General Services Administration (GSA) The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) sells property seized, confiscated, foreclosed, or no longer needed by the Federal Government. Sale properties may be in any of the 50 States or U.S. territories or possessions and include many different types. Some examples are cars, houses, boats, jewelry, art collectibles, furniture, office equipment, furniture, aircrafts, tools, industrial equipment and more! Properties are generally sold by auction.
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