On December 5, 2006, FirstGov.gov announced that it changed its name to USA.gov.

USA.gov is an easy-to-search, free-access website designed to give you a centralized place to find information from U.S. local, state, and federal government agency websites.

How can I find more government FAQ’s

USA.gov provides access to frequently asked questions across government:

  • 1. FirstGov.gov is Now USA.gov – New Name; Same Great Services!
  • 2. Obtain a Government Grant
  • 3. Apply for Food Stamps
  • 4. Contacting the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services National Customer Service Center
  • 5. Assistance to Buy a House
  • 6. HUD’s Local Office Directory Locator
  • 7. Locate a State Social Service Agency
  • 8. Entry Requirements: Foreign Countries
  • 9. Locate a State or Territorial Housing Finance Agency
  • 10. Contact a State or Territorial Government
  • 11. Locating a Social Security Office
  • 12. Advise Me on Starting a Business
  • 13. Contacting the National Passport Information Center
  • 14. Locate State Vital Records Office
  • 15. Contact the American Red Cross
  • 16. Contacting State Fish and Wildlife Agencies
  • 17. Contact the Department of Labor’s Nationwide Call Center
  • 18. Contact the Federal Emergency Management Agency
  • 19. Federal Trade Commission’s Consumer Response Center
  • 20. Contact the Small Business Administration (SBA)