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Apply for a Passport in Person at an Event Near You

Date: August 29, 2019 Getting ready to travel abroad in 2020? Before you book flights, look for attractions, and explore places to eat during your trip, be sure you have a passport. It’s not a complicated process to get one. But it can take 6-8 weeks, so it’s important to apply for your passport as [...]

Apply for a Passport in Person at an Event Near You2019-09-13T14:09:26-07:00

Caring for Caregivers: Resources from USAGov Help in Difficult Times

Date: September 9, 2019 It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you’re caring for a parent, spouse, or child with medical needs. There’s so much to do, and so much to remember. It can be exhausting. And it can leave you feeling isolated.  But you don’t have to handle everything alone. These resources from USAGov connect [...]

Caring for Caregivers: Resources from USAGov Help in Difficult Times2019-09-13T14:09:28-07:00

USAGov’s Tips for Safely Enjoying America’s National Parks

Date: August 19, 2019 Whether it’s a quick drive or camping for a whole week, time spent at a national park can turn any ordinary day into an unforgettable experience with friends and family.  On the National Park Service’s (NPS) birthday each August 25 and at other special times throughout the year, you can enjoy [...]

USAGov’s Tips for Safely Enjoying America’s National Parks2019-09-13T14:09:29-07:00

USAGov’s Apps to Download in 2018

Date: January 5, 2018 Ordering food, shopping, reviews and buying movie tickets, there’s an app for everything. Did you know the government has apps available that make some tasks easier to handle? Others provide easier ways to contact or get information about certain programs. Check out USAGov’s apps to download in 2018: For children: NASA - [...]

USAGov’s Apps to Download in 20182019-07-26T14:13:22-07:00

Inspire Action and Change Lives

Date: April 17, 2019 Since 2012, community groups across the country host town hall meetings, health fairs, fun runs, social media campaigns, and more as part of National Prevention Week (NPW). Each year, people around the U.S. share creative and innovative ways to highlight substance abuse prevention and positive mental health initiatives. These NPW events [...]

Inspire Action and Change Lives2019-07-02T14:10:12-07:00

Is an Unclaimed Tax Refund Waiting for You?

Date: March 28, 2019 Millions of Americans use their tax return to pay off debt, medical expenses, home improvements, or that long-awaited trip. And while the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) sends millions of tax refunds every year, some taxpayers who are eligible for a refund never file for one. Many lower income earners may not [...]

Is an Unclaimed Tax Refund Waiting for You?2019-07-02T14:10:13-07:00

USAGov’s 5 Apps to Download Now

Date: February 21, 2019 From health and housing to student aid and safety, helpful federal information and services are as close as your mobile app store. Check out USAGov’s list of the top five government apps to download now:CDC’s Milestone Tracker: This easy-to-use app from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention helps you track [...]

USAGov’s 5 Apps to Download Now2019-07-02T14:10:14-07:00