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