to Write for Vital Records
Sam does not distribute copies of birth certificates, marriage certificates,
divorce papers or other documents that are issued by the states.
However, he does the next best thing. The Consumer Information Center
has an easy-to-use online list of all state offices of vital statistics,
complete with mailing address, fees, phone numbers and tips for
getting the records you want. So, if you're working on your family
tree, or need to replace your lost birth certificate so you can
apply for Social Security, this webpage is for you.
Online Will Print,
Stuff, and Deliver Your Bulk Mail
Here's a service
that small and home-based businesses will love. You write the letter
and develop the bulk mailing labels. Send them to the Postal Service
from your PC. The Postal Service will send the electronic documents
to commercial printers to prepare for mailing. Under test now in
several cities, the new service will also allow you to pay by credit
card when you place the order. It's easy, fast, and competitively
priced. See a demo on this site. Look for nationwide service in
the summer of 1999.
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded
Schools for a New Millennium grants to 20 schools nationwide. They
will become models of how to use computer technology to enrich teaching
of the humanities. NEH also maintains EDSITEment, a gateway site
that presents the 49 best sites out of more than 65,000 humanities-related
sites. Each site comes with lesson plans offering suggestions on
how to use the materials effectively in the classroom.
Online Personnel Manager
Interior's Personnel Manager website is an electronic
handbook containing a variety of frequently-used forms and other
information for federal workers, personnelists, and supervisors.
You'll find forms or guidelines for requesting leave, donating leave,
designating a beneficiary for your thrift savings plan, requesting
a desk audit, writing job descriptions, classifying jobs, to name
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