Applications Go Online
new systems will allow veterans quick, easy and secure access to
apply for compensation, pension, rehabilitation benefits and health
care. Later this year, VA plans to offer education applications
on the Internet.
Letter to the U.S.
Trademark Office: Way to Go!
You've had a rash of good news lately. Within a few days we learned
that now, anyone can file an application
for a new invention using the Internet. You've expanded your 2 million
database to include every United States patent ever issued,
a total of more than 6.5 million patents. And finally, GovExec.com
named your Electronic Business Center one of the Best
Feds on the Web. What's next?
Access America E-Gov E-Zine.
Warns Public About PPA
and Drug Administration is taking steps to remove phenylpropanolamine
(PPA) from drug products and has asked drug companies to discontinue
products with that ingredient. PPA, used in many over-the-counter
and prescription cough and cold medicines, has been linked to a
risk of hemorrhagic stroke.
transcripts and audios of the Kennedy-Nixon debates, browse the
public papers of Ronald Reagan, download thousands of copyright
free pictures of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his times, and take
a quiz about Herbert Hoover. If you can't visit the 10 Presidential
libraries over the country, then visit - over and over -- this exciting
online collection sponsored by the National Archives and Records