General Services Administration Needs Federal Volunteers for National Performance Review Blue Pages Project

The Federal Blue Pages Project Needs You!

What Is The Blue Pages Project? Ever try to find a government service in the phone book? Most Federal listings in the telephone book (the "Blue Pages") are tough to use. They read like an organization chart -- names of offices, not services. We want to give America a consistent, easy and fast way to find help from their government, and we are partnering with the publishers of telephone directories to do this.

Who Do We Need?

We need Federal employees at all grade levels who want to make a difference to everyone in the United States. We need people to work with Federal agencies, telephone companies, and Federal Executive Boards. We also need help making the Blue Pages Project work better. All types of expertise and skills are needed. There's a place on our team for introverts who like to manage information, extroverts who prefer to talk with other people, and anyone who falls in-between.

When Do We Need You?

As soon as possible. Assignments can be as short as 90 days or as long as 2 years. Work can be tailored to meet the requirements of specific formal developmental programs.

Why Should You Help?

Because you can change how America sees the Federal Government.

How Do I Sign Up?

To volunteer, contact June Huber at the General Services Administration, (202) 501-0308 or

NPR Home Page Search the NPR Site NPR Initiatives Site Index Calendar Comments Awards Links Tools Frequently Asked Questions Speeches News Releases Library Navigation Bar For NPR site