This LibGuide is 'Under Construction'. It is becoming an annotated list of government (U.S., Washington State, and United Nations) and public service websites that have lots of useful/interesting information in them.
Each of the current tabs has some information on it, with 'Other Government Agencies' being the place where I am parking useful Federal Government links I've found that I don't yet have a specific tab or box for.
The 16 entries in the Federal Statistical System are now 'Finished'! ('Finished' is a temporary category, someone is sure to have some suggestions that will improve that section of the LibGuide). Also 'Finished' are 'U.S. Census Bureau', 'U.S. Justice Department', U.S. Immigration/Citizenship and 'Library of Congress', "Other Government Websites, etc." is 'almost finished', but I moved onto 'Washington State' and that Tab is now 'Finished'. I will come back to 'OGW,etc.' (suggestions appreciated) later. The United Nations tab is now 'finished'. I am now working on 'Law Enforcement'. Check back soon to see the progress!
Here are two Google searches that I will eventually use to find more ideas/agencies I haven't thought of, searches with 'LibGuide' added to the search terms are often able to help you with your information need!:
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