eBook Washington Information Directory, 2013 Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1452234264
  • ISBN-13: 9781452234267
  • DDC: 975.30025
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1888 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released September 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013
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Overview

Washington Information Directory is the essential one-stop source for information on U.S. governmental and nongovernmental agencies and organizations. This thoroughly researched guide provides capsule descriptions that help users quickly and easily find the right person at the right organization. Washington Information Directory offers three easy ways to find information: by name, by organization, and through detailed subject indexes. It also includes dozens of resource boxes on particular topics and organization charts for federal agencies and NGOs.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Reference Boxes and Organization Charts.
Preface.
How to Use This Directory.
1: Agriculture, Food, and Nutrition.
2: General Policy and Analysis.
3: Commodities, Farm Produce.
4: Farm Loans, Insurance, and Subsidies.
5: Food and Nutrition.
6: Livestock and Poultry.
7: Business and Economic.
8: General Policy and Analysis.
9: Consumer Protection.
10: Finance and Investments.
11: Industrial Production, Manufacturing.
12: Insurance.
13: Patents, Copyrights, and Trademarks.
14: Sales and Services.
15: Small and Disadvantaged Business.
16: Communications and the Media.
17: General Policy and Analysis.
18: Government Information.
19: Internet and Related Technologies.
20: Media Professions and Resources.
21: Culture and Religion.
22: Arts and Humanities.
23: History and Preservation.
24: Philanthropy, Public Service, and Volunteerism.
25: Recreation and Sport.
26: Religion.
27: Travel and Tourism.
28: Education.
29: General Policy and Analysis.
30: Libraries and Educational Media.
31: Postsecondary Education.
32: Preschool, Elementary, Secondary Education.
33: Special Groups in Education.
34: Special Topics in Education.
35: Employment and Labor.
36: General Policy and Analysis.
37: Employment and Training Programs.
38: Equal Employment Opportunity.
39: Labor-Management Opportunity.
40: Pensions and Benefits.
41: Workplace Safety and Health.
42: Energy.
43: General Policy and Analysis.
44: Electricity.
45: Fossil Fuels.
46: Nuclear Energy.
47: Renewable Energies, Alternative Fuels.
48: Environment and Natural Resources.
49: General Policy and Analysis.
50: Animals and Plants.
51: Pollution and Toxins.
52: Resources Management.
53: Government Operations.
54: General Policy and Analysis.
55: Census, Population Data.
56: Civil Service.
57: Federal Contracts and Procurement.
58: Postal Service.
59: Public Administration.
60: State and Local Government.
61: Health.
62: General Policy and Analysis.
63: Health Professions.
64: Health Services for Special Groups.
65: Health Topics: Research and Advocacy.
66: Mental Health.
67: Housing and Development.
68: General Policy and Analysis.
69: Community and Regional Development.
70: Construction.
71: Fire Prevention and Control.
72: Housing.
73: Real Estate.
74: International Affairs.
75: General Policy and Analysis.
76: Immigration and Naturalization.
77: International Law and Agreements.
78: International Trade and Development.
79: Regional Affairs.
80: Law and Justice.
81: General Policy and Analysis.
82: Business and Tax Law.
83: Civil Rights.
84: Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties.
85: Criminal Law.
86: Law Enforcement.
87: Legal Professions and Resources.
88: Public Interest Law.
89: Military Personnel and Veterans.
90: General Policy and Analysis.
91: Defense Personnel.
92: Military Education and Training.
93: Military Grievances and Discipline.
94: Military History and Honors.
95: Reserves and National Guard.
96: Veterans.
97: National and Homeland Security.
98: General Policy and Analysis.
99: Arms Control, Disarmament, and Threat Reduction.
100: Borders, Customs, and Immigration.
101: Defense Trade and Technology.
102: Emergency Preparedness and Response.
103: Intelligence and Counterterrorism.
104: Military Installations.
105: Procurement, Acquisition, and Logistics.
106: Science and Technology.
107: General Policy and Analysis.
108: Biology and Life Sciences.
109: Engineering.
110: Environmental and Earth Sciences.
111: Mathematical, Computer, and Physical Sciences.
112: Social Sciences.
113: Space Sciences.
114: Social Services and Disabilities.
115: General Policy and Analysis.
116: Children and Families.
117: Disabilities.
118: Homelessness.
119: Social Security.
120: Transportation.
121: General Policy Aad Analysis.
122: Air Transportation.
123: Maritime Transportation.
124: Motor Vehicles.
125: Rail Transportation.
126: Transit Systems.
127: U.S. Congress and Politics.
128: Access to Congressional Information.
129: Campaigns and Elections.
130: Capitol.
131: Caucuses: Organizations of Members.
132: Congress at Work.
133: Congressional Support Groups.
134: Political Advocacy.
135: Political Party Organizations.
112th Congress.
Delegations to the 112th Congress.
House Committees.
House Members' Offices.
Joint Committees of Congress.
Senate Committees.
Senate Members' Offices.
Ready Reference.
Directory of Government Information on the Internet.
Governors and Other State Officials.
Foreign Embassies, U.S. Ambassadors, and Country Desk Offices.
Freedom of Information Act.
Privacy Legislation.
Name Index.
Organization Index.
Subject Index.