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Vol. 3, No. 11, January 3, 2001
ISSN: 1531-4448

Presidential Transition Directory Presidential Transition Directory
January 20, 2001 ushers in a new Presidential Administration. This helpful transition directory has everything -- agency mission statements, organization charts, and strategic plans, employment information, travel rules, legal and ethical standards. Most everyone knows IRS and VA, but what about AARCC, ABMC, and ACF? Thankfully for newcomers and old hands alike, it has a full list of government acronyms and abbreviations.


The Information Super
Highway Meets the Real Highway
FMCSA LogoTruckers and bus drivers get online to save time and lives on America's roads in one of the government's most impressive and effective uses of the internet.

Air Travelers One Stop Air Travelers One-Stop
Whether you travel by air a little or a lot, this Federal Aviation Administration site will make your trip better. Find out what to wear, what rules apply to carry-ons, how to transport the family pet, and what you need to know if you have a disability. International travelers will find links to U.S. Customs Service tips, State Department travel advisories, and health advisories from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And before you start for the airport, check for flight delays.

Natural Features and Creatures in Your State
Need information on floods in Alabama? Streamflow in Rhode Island? Earthquakes in Hawaii? Butterflies in West Virginia? Birds in South Dakota? Copper mining in Wyoming? Map dealers in Kentucky? The U.S. Geological Survey has an amazing webpage that allows you to search for maps and data in your state.

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Frightful Weather


2000 Plum Book

IT Accessibility Standards

The New Millennium

Communicators Guide

Presidential Transition Directory

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Air Travelers One-Stop

State Data and Maps

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