Whether looking for information about environmental issues, reporting a missing Social Security check, or tracking down details about the labor force, Washington Information Directory is the fastest way to find out whom to contact and how best to reach them. Washington Information Directory is the one resource you can trust to navigate the complicated web of official Washington. The book is your one-stop source for the right information. Here's just a sample of what the Washington Information Directory can do for you: Delivers you to the right person in the right organization faster than any search engine. Navigates the biggest, most complex reorganization in years with the National and Homeland Security chapter. Provides context for choosing the right resource with responsibilities and objectives for thousands of organizations. Lets you communicate in many ways with phone, fax, e-mail, and Internet information - always with a personal contact. Uses easy-to-understand topical organization, supplemented by full indexing. Covers federal agencies, congressional committees, and nonprofits. This essential reference is updated every year with hundreds of new listings. You'll find up-toPromotes city-federal cooperation; publishes reports and conducts meetings on federal programs, policies, and initiatives that affect urban and suburban interests . Serves as a clearinghouse for information on urban and suburban problems.
|Title||:||Washington Information Directory 2004-2005|
|Publisher||:||Cq Press - 2004-06|