USA.Gov is the federal government's official web portal. It is a comprehensive resource for information and services provided by the federal government.
The official website for the President of the United States.
The official website of the United States House of Representatives. Find information on past and present representatives, committees, leadership, current legislation, and more.
The official website of the United States Senate. Here you'll find information on legislation and committees, as well as biographies of current and past U.S. Senators, and other historical research and reference materials.
The official website of the United States Supreme Court. Find information about the Supreme Court, dockets, oral arguments, court rules, opinions, visiting the Court, and more.
A federal website that lists information on how to find and apply for over 1,000 federal government grant programs and provides access to approximately $500 billion in annual awards to small businesses, non-profit organizations, individuals and more.
Find links to government and other kids' sites grouped by age and subject. Explore, learn, and have fun!
This link provides information on the legislative history of selected federal laws. A legislative history refers to the process by which a bill moves through the lawmaking process and to the documents that are created during that process. Attorneys, judges, and others often use these documents to learn why Congress enacted a particular law or to aid in the interpretation of a law.
The Passport Services Office provides information and services to American citizens about how to obtain, replace or change a passport.
Regulations.gov is your source for information on the development of Federal regulations and other related documents issued by the U.S. government. Here you can find, read, and comment on regulatory issues that are important to you.