What Others Are Saying Access America E-Gov E-Zine Homepage Awards Staff Introduction Contact Us Links Kids Corner Your Guide to Government Services Text Only
Training Tools to Operate Intergovernmental Criminal Justice Email Me Government Processes Business Tax Filing Public Safety Privacy & Security Seniors International Trade Business Services Government Benefits Environment Productivity Technology Acquistion Information Technology Worldwide Exporting Infrastructure Federal Payments Workers Students TradeNet DisAbility Business Search Government Services The Job Page Index Archives Home FirstGov
Privacy Statement

Vol. 2, No. 45, August 7, 2000

E-Gov: Reach Out
and Touch It

Public and private sector partners are placing kiosks where people live and shop so that getting forms or information from city hall to the federal government is as convenient as shopping for groceries.


U.S. Supreme Court Goes Online
This brand new website contains everything a lawyer might need -- from case handling guides to bar admission applications. Even if your business isn't the law, you can still learn about long standing Court traditions and history, current case schedules, and even scheduling your own visit.

Not Happily Ever After?
If you filed a joint return or a "married filing separately return" while living in a community property state and you are not living "Happily Ever After," the IRS wants to help!

GSA Advantage! Wins Web
Business 50/50 Award

This award-winning site allows government personnel to use the government credit card or their agency accounts to purchase products and services from a database that contains more than one million products from more than 2,000 vendors.

In This Issue


Supreme Court

Not Happily
Ever After?

GSA Advantage!


Issue Archive

Access America E-Gov E-Zine Partners
Chief Information Officers Council
National Partnership for Reinventing Government
Federal Communicators Network