to Medical Reality
NASA Software Displays Scans in 3-D.
AND SECURITY GUARANTEED
This program that's
grabbing fugitives and bringing them to justice is operating out of...USDA?
Bring Reinvention to the War on Drugs
When Cocaine dealers start smuggling garden furniture made entirely out
of solidified cocaine, it's time to up the ante.
Technology Gives Earth-Bound Motorists an Early Warning
NASA technology helps you get where you're going.
Terrorism -- All in a Day's Work Customs employees catch a terrorist
at the US-Canadian Border.
THE WORLD AROUND US
Hide from the wind, flee from the flood...
Native Amercan schools
in places like the Grand Canyon, connect for the 21st Century.
Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
New sophisticated systems are allowing us to see the world in new ways
-- following the tracks of dinosaurs, mapping crime, and preventing disasters.
helps communities turn their Brownfields into playing fields.
The government's equine auctions bring horses out of the wild west into
your yard (only if you want them).
Real Life or Disaster
FEMA Partnerships Can
Make the Difference...
Technology Saves Lives as Winter Tornadoes Strike
National Weather Service warnings save lives in Georgia and Kentucky.
- A New System to Help Save Lives
gives firefighters information they need to survive in a deadly environment.
lead the campaign to
bring health care to patients.
and NASA Beating Cancer
Space technology brings new medical treatments to Earth in the fight against
cancer, heart disease, and other complaints.
VA is Reinventing its Health Care Services
The Department of Veterans
Affairs gets high marks from veterans for its customer service.
An introduction to REGO - who we are
and what this is all about.
sites in the Government - find jobs, services, advice, tax forms - you
get the idea.
The Chair of the President's Council on Y2K Conversion explains
how he created a partnership of over 170 countries and squashed the Millennium
IRS Commissioner Rossotti discusses the agency's new customer friendliness.
the Counting Edge: Census 2000
Census Bureau Director, Dr. Kenneth Prewitt, tells why you should fill
out (and return) your Census forms, and discusses what's new this time
High-tech tools and
public-private partnerships are locating "deadbeat" parents.
Lesson in Customer Service
Mystery shoppers teach the Department of Education a lesson in customer
Head Start gives a child a haven from a neighborhood with high crime,
drug infestations, and high unemployment.
The Federal Government Partners with Commercial Vendors to Market Public
Change at the U.S. Mint
Former Mint Director Philip Diehl got the Mint to make good money. Here's
The US Business Advisor
businesses on their terms -- any time, any place. Visit a one-stop-shop
with answers to all your questions about starting a business.
Smokes Out the Best Investments
Not many people realize how many technical innovations in their
lives come from military technology. Now these innovations are set to
come faster than ever.
GSA-CENSUS Joint Venture 2000
The Decennial Census has the makings of a logistical nightmare
- equipment, supplies, telecommunications, logistics support, and office
space for 800,000 people. GSA and Census joined with 1,000 partners to
Dear Uncle Sam
The nation's favorite icon answers your questions.
it Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
the IRS used to wish Americans "Happy New Year" and more.