The following is a list of resources for local, state and federal governments in the US. Please contact us if you would like to share a site.
There are already well over 1000 governments agencies that have established their own Web sites. It is not practical to link you to each of them but the following are centralized listings with relevant information.
- BrightArrow Technologies Digital Voice Dialer is one of the fastest growing innovations in voice technology, revolutionizing the way you automatically call and playback messages simultaneously to large groups of people.
- City.Net This site is billed as "Your Guide to the World". It is a site developed primarily for promoting tourism in hundreds of cities around the globe. Limited information is provided about governing bodies of the city destinations. Weather, culture, transportation, and housing information will help you decide if you want to work--and live--in a particular city.
- CityScapes This site has extensive information about scores of cities: the weather; tourist attractions; local businesses and other organizations, including government.
- International City/County Management Association ICMA is the professional and educational association for more than 8,000 appointed administrators and assistant administrators serving cities, counties, other local governments, and regional entities around the world.
- Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments COG is a regional organization of Washington area local governments. COG is composed of 18 local governments surrounding our nation's capital, plus area members of the Maryland and Virginia legislatures, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives.
- National Association of Counties NACo is the national voice for America's county governments with a membership that includes approximately two-thirds of the country's 3,042 county governments.
- National Association of Towns and Townships The National Association of Towns and Townships (NATaT) is "the voice of America's grassroots governments" and the only national association devoted exclusively to smaller, hometown government.
- National Civic League NCL entered the 1990s with a mission to foster collaboration between citizens, government, business, and nonprofit organizations in identifying and solving community problems.
- National League of Cities NLC is the country's largest and most representative organization serving municipal governments. Its direct members include 49 state municipal leagues and more than 1,400 communities of all sizes. Through the membership of the state municipal leagues, NLC represents more than 17,600 municipalities.
- Public Technology Inc. Public Technology, Inc. (PTI), is the non-profit technology organization of the National League of Cities (NLC), the National Association of Counties (NACo), and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).
- U.S. Conference of Mayors The United States Conference of Mayors is the official nonpartisan organization of cities with populations of 30,000 or more. There are about 1,050 such cities in the country today. Each city is represented in the Conference by its chief elected official, the mayor.
- USA CityLink Comprehensive listing of Web sites featuring U.S. states and cities.
- Yahoo You are no doubt familiar with this powerful search engine. Use it, together with its "Government" subcategory, to find thousands of government and public sector Web sites. Yahoo will link you to other search engines as well.
- Council of State Governments CSG helps states increase efficiency by identifying the best new and creative approaches to significant state problems in our Innovations Awards. Our information products are full of useful and practical policy solutions.
- Government: U.S. States Alphabetical listings of nearly every state in the union, with hyperlinks to their home pages.
- The National Association of State Information Resource Executives NASIRE represents the chief information officers of the fifty states and territories.
- National Conference of State Legislatures Information network for and about state legislatures. NCSL publications, databases, videos, and conferences. Links to other public policy resources.
- State Search State Search is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to state government information on the Internet.
- The State Web Locator How to find state government information on the Internet.