General Accounting Office: An office reporting to the US Congress, this agency studies the programs and expenditures of the federal government. Recently renamed as the Government Accountability Office.
Government Information Locator Service: The Government Information Locator Service (GILS) is an effort to identify, locate, and describe publicly available Federal information resources, including electronic information resources.
Government Printing Office: The U.S. Government Printing Office prints and disseminates official information from all three branches of the Federal Government.
Government Printing Office GPO Access: GPO Access provides free public access to full-text, official Federal information; Federal information finding aids; and Federal products for sale.
White House: Whitehouse.gov is the official web site for the White House. This site is a source for information about the president, White House news and policies, White House history, and the federal government.
Federal News Service - Congressional Transcripts Online: Federal News Service provides verbatim transcripts of the complete hearing testimony of Congress committees and subcommittees; public speeches and interviews of the President, White House; State Department, Defense Department and Justice Department briefings; press conferences and statements of international leaders visiting Washington; Presidential campaign debates and much more.
FedNet - Broadcast Coverage of Congress: FedNet offers broadcast coverage of the United States Government online. It offers daily broadcasts of both the Senate and House floor debates, Congressional hearings, The White House and other agencies around the Washington, DC, area.
Policy Library: Extensive database of think tank and academic papers on social, economic, and foreign policy from around the world. Also provides information about policy jobs, courses, research resources, and events.
U.S. Government Information and Resources - About.com: Comprehensive coverage of the U.S. government. Federal and state jobs, forms, the U.S. Congress and president of the United States. Read the Constitution and learn how America’s laws are made. Learn about the executive, legislative and judicial branches featuring coverage of the Supreme Court. Lots of homework help here.
U.S. Politics - About.com: The U.S. politics site is a clearing house for information on political issues and events, providing background on important issues such as tax legislation, foreign policy, abortion, electronic democracy, anti-terrorism legislation and prescription drug benefits.