10 that click

10 that click

These sites offer unique services that show what digital government

can provide.

Agency Web address Function

1. Bureau of the Public Debt www.publicdebt.treas.gov Buy T-bills, bonds


2. HUD www.hud.gov Bid on subsidized housing

3. BLM www.adoptahorse.blm.gov Bid on wild horses

4. Republic of Bulgaria www.government.bg Submit questions to

government workers

5. Palo Alto, Calif. www.city.palo-alto.ca.us Family Resources page

encourages neighborhood


6. FAA www.fly.faa.gov Up-to-the-minute information

on airport-specific delays

7. HHS www.healthfinder.gov Information on more than

1,000 health-related topics

8. DOD www.dtic.mil Scientific, technical information

9. National Park Foundation www.recreation.gov Find parks offering

23 specific


10. Education Department www.fafsa.ed.gov File online for financial



1. Buy T-bills, bonds online at the Bureau of the Public Debt

2. Bid on subsidized housing at HUD

3. Bid on wild horses at BLM

4. Submit questions to government workers in the Republic of Bulgaria

5. The Family Resources page in Palo Alto, Calif., encourages neighborhood communication

6. Get up-to-the-minute information on airport-specific delays from the FAA

7. Find information on more than 1,000 health-related topics at HHS

8. Uncover scientific, technical information housed at DOD

9. Find parks offering23 specific activities/characteristics at the National Park Foundation

10. File online for financialaid with the Education Department

Do you know of a government Web site that clicks? Send your suggestions to [email protected]

BY Heather Harreld, Bryant Jordan and Heather B. Hayes
Apr. 24, 2000

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