Making Government User-friendly – Government Information


House Committee on Intelligence

Declassified, redacted Whistleblower Complaint referred from The Office of The Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).



White House Statement

Declassified, unredacted transcript of President Donald J. Trump’s conversation

with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on 25 July 2019.



USDOJ Special Counsel’s Office

Special Counsel Robert Muller III Report on the Investigation into

Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election



The White House

Official News and Policy Statements



Department of Defense

Department of Defense Press Releases



Federal Bureau of

Investigation

Press Releases


Ten Most Wanted



U.S. Department

of State

Diplomatic Security Rewards for Justice The Rewards for Justice Program
was established by the 1984 Act to Combat International Terrorism, Public Law 98-533. Under the Rewards Program,
cooperating individuals and their immediate family members may be eligible for relocation to the United States or
elsewhere, and they are assured complete confidentiality. Rewards, totaling millions of dollars, have been paid
in dozens of cases. Innocent lives have been saved and terrorists put behind bars.



Travel Warnings are issued when the State Department decides,
based on all relevant information, to recommend that Americans avoid travel to a certain country. Countries where avoidance
of travel is recommended will have Travel Warnings as well as Consular Information Sheets.



Consular Information Sheets are available for every country
of the world. They include such information as location of the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in the subject country,
unusual immigration practices, health conditions, minor political disturbances, unusual currency and entry regulations,
crime and security information, and drug penalties. If an unstable condition exists in a country that is not
severe enough to warrant a Travel Warning, a description of the condition(s) may be included under an optional
section entitled “Safety/Security.” On limited occasions, we also restate in this section any U.S. Embassy advice
given to official employees. Consular Information Sheets generally do not include advice, but present information
in a factual manner so the traveler can make his or her own decisions concerning travel to a particular country.



Federal Aviation

Administration

Air Traffic Control Command Center:  Retrieve current airport on-time status for inbound and departing flights.



Transportation Security

Administration

Airport Security Checkpoint Delays:  Retrieve current security check-in delays at specific airport boarding gates.



Air Travel Prohibited Items:  Restrictions,
exceptions and special considerations regarding items you pack or bring aboard during air travel.



National Transportation

Safety Board

Aircraft incident reporting and investigation.


 


 


 


 


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