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Government Documents on Science Policy: Executive Branch

Government Documents on Science Policy

Executive Branch

Internet Resources

Increasing amounts of government information can be found on the Internet. A master index to government WWW sites can be found here. Additional U.S. government WWW sites with federal science policy information arranged by governmental branch include:

Executive Agencies

Dept. of Homeland Security Science/Technology Directorate

U.S. Army Signals Corps/Weather Bureau Annual Rpts. 1891-1953 (Courtesy NOAA Library)

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents

National Institutes of Standards & Technology (NIST)

HERE  and HERE  for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Defense Dept. Cyber Command

Defense Science Board

U.S. Dept. of Energy

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Federal Aviation Administration

Fedstats

FirstGov for Science

National Institutes of Health (NIH) NIH Grants Policy & Guidance

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Justice Dept. Computer Crime & Intellectual Property Section (Cybercrime.gov/)

President's Office of Science & Technology Policy

Obama Administration OSTP Archive

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

Scientific Network and Information Network (STINET) Courtesy Defense Technical Information Center)

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

HERE for selected fulltext Hathitrust catalog documents.

(Clearinghouse of federal scientific information).http://science.gov/

 

State Dept. Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental & Scientific Affairs

U.S. Global Change Research Program

Subject Specialist

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Bert Chapman
Contact:
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