Public Resources

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What Are Public Resources?

The U.S. government provides a wealth of information, often times for free, via various organizations. Much of it can be accessed online if you know where to look. By category, these are some of the major subject areas that you can research online to find information that may be helpful to you in your consumer and business dealings:

Benefits, Grants Money, Loans, Financial Aid, Social Services, Social Security, etc. - From adoption assistance and tax credit information to child care tax credit, Medicare, student loan and welfare assistance, here are a list of links that could assist you in your social welfare matters.

Business, Economic, Commerce, Trade, and Economic Data - Find out how you can do business with the government, how to launch and manage a business or get involved with exports with this gateway collection of business and nonprofit related links.

Consumer Guides and Protection - An abundant list of resource links designed to educate you on consumer protection issues and how and where to file various consumer complaints.

Government Contest and Challenges - The U.S. government runs a continuous series of contests and challenges designed to promote objectives in the public interest. For children and adults alike, you can find out more about current interactive programs and challenges through the resources in this list.

Defense, International Relations and Military - This list provides links to agencies related to immigration and citizenship, international trade, foreign policy, and military resources.

Environment, Energy, Agriculture, Recycling and Conservation - Find out about important environmental issues related to natural resources, farming and agriculture, recycling and conservation, and weather and climate in this list of resources.

Family, Housing and Community - Maps, resources and more on community resources, family issues, housing and more. Includes information on child care, genealogy, education, elections and voting, planning and development and vital records.

Government Performance - For those interested in tracking government performance, these links will lead to information and analytics on government spending, investments and taxes.

Government Sales, Auctions and Surplus - New, seized and surplus merchandise and real property available for sale, bid or auction from the U.S. government.

Health, Nutrition and Medical Care - This list of health resources includes links to information related to insurance, prescription drugs, food, fitness and caregiving.

History, Art and Culture - From libraries and museums to architecture, you can find links to important resources about American history, culture and more.

Jobs and Education - This government compiled list includes resources on education, finding a job, public service and volunteer opportunities, and workplace issues such as minimum wage, workers' compensation and more.

Money, Taxes, Investing, Crimes and Scams - Locate information and tips on consumer protection, crimes and scams and taxes.

Public Safety and Legal Resources - This repository of information contains links to information on courts, crimes and prisons, disasters and emergencies, and law enforcement.

Public Service and Volunteering - Find out how you can get involved by donating or through government jobs or public service.

General Government Information and Logistics - This list of links will direct users to basic information about the United States and its government. Includes data and statistics, news, laws and regulations, calendars, abbreviations, acronyms and more.

Travel, Transportation, Tourism and Recreation - This list directs users to information regarding travel warnings and tips, or information about international travel including currency exchange rates and other helpful information for visitors to foreign countries or to the United States.

Voting and Elections - Citizens can find information related to voting, elections and elected officials within the United States.

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Delaware Public Records - Official State Website Edit

Lookup citizen and business services in the state of Delaware related to taxes, law enforcement, government, business, licensing and more.

Physical Address:
Institute for Public Administration University of Delaware 180 Graham Hall Newark, Delaware 19716
Contact: P: 302.831.8971 F: 302.831.3488

Idaho Public Records - Transportation Department Edit

Looking for information about travel through the state of Idaho? Whether you are a resident of the state or you are planning a visit to Idaho, you will find useful information on this site. Access information from the Transportation Department on roads and highways, or use traveler services to obtain information on weather, road conditions and mountain passes. Learn about transportation projects in the planning or construction phases, and find out how to get involved in the decision-making proc

Mailing Address:
Transportation Department P.O. Box 7129 3311 West State St. Boise, Idaho 83707-1129

Contact Information:
P: 208.334.8649 E: DMV-info@itd.idaho.gov

Indiana Public Records - Secretary Of State Edit

The Indiana Secretary of State makes available a wide variety of services including online services. Some of the online services offered include new business forms, supplemental business filings, entity report filing, UCC filing, securities complaint filing, securities registration searches, election results, and auto dealer searches. Find information about the different Divisions managed by the Secretary including the Business Services Division, Securities Division, Elections Division, and Dea

Physical Address:
Secretary of State 200 W. Washington St., Room 201 Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
Contact: P: 317.232.6531 F: 317.233.3283 E: constituent@sos.in.gov

Iowa Public Records - Secretary Of State Edit

The Iowa Secretary of State is responsible for providing access to information about businesses, ensuring election integrity for Iowa residents, and encouraging citizens to be engaged with the government. Find business services and search the Secretary's business databases. Learn about and perform online filing. Find voter and election information including voter registration and absentee ballot information. Learn about notaries. Research a variety of nonprofit organizations before deciding to

Physical Address:
Secretary of State 1007 East Grand Avenue Room 105, State Capitol Des Moines, Iowa 50319
Contact: P: 515.281.8993 F: 515.242.5952 E: sos@sos.state.ia.us

Kansas Public Records - Secretary Of State Edit

The Kansas Secretary of State is responsible for several areas of government including business filings and elections. Access the Business Filings Center. Learn about elections and legislative measures. Find the latest publications, filings, and forms. Learn about voter information including early voting and voter eligibility. Perform a Kansas charity check. Find out how to report voter fraud. Businesses can file annual reports and search for additional business information. Apply for a job wit

Physical Address:
Secretary of State Memorial Hall, 1st Floor 120 SW 10th Avenue Topeka, Kansas 66612-1594
Contact: P: 785.296.4564

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