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Vol. 2, No. 18, January 31, 2000

Buy Great Stamps Online
If you like stamps that say as much as the letter you're sending, try the U.S. Postal Service's 2000 Stamp Program. Celebrate the Year of the Dragon, which begins Feb. 5 in the Chinese lunar calendar. And, of course, buy online.
Business Research? Don't Forget "Dot-gov"
Writing for PC Computing magazine, a freelance writer provides an impressive array of free websites to help small businesses answer some of their most challenging research questions. Many sites in the list are commercial, but some industrial - strength federal sites made the cut.

Can Your Organization Get Surplus Government Property for Free?
Your nonfederal organization may be able to get property the federal government no longer needs. This General Services Administration webpage tells you how.

Federal Outdoor Websites Featured in The Washington Post
Three federal websites that appeal to outdoor enthusiasts were featured in a special report to The Washington Post Weekend.

In This Issue

Great Stamps Online

Business Research

Surplus Property

Outdoor Websites

Back Issues

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