Government Resources

Federal government offices in or around the 1st district

Other Government Information

Some Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Social Security and Medicare

My office can help you with determining Social Security benefits, as well as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicare eligibility.

Veterans Benefits

My office can assist you with receiving benefits, eligibility determination, and replacement of medals earned.

  • Would you like to apply for veterans benefits? Use VONAPP to apply online.
  • Would you like to appeal a decision? Find out how at the Board of Veterans Appeals.

» More Information for Veterans


We can help you expedite your passport application in an emergency, report lost passports, and monitor overseas travel restrictions.


My office can help with immigration petitions, adjustments of status, naturalization and non-immigrant petitions that have been delayed or lost.

Legislative Branch 

Executive Branch

  • Executive Office of the President (White House)
    This site offers interesting content for everyone, including children, students, and adults. The Interactive Citizen's Handbook allows searching for government information by entering a question in plain English. The President's weekly Saturday radio addresses are available in audio format and are searchable by keyword, allowing you to immediately listen to the parts of the speech that addresses the topics of interest to you. In the Virtual Library and the Briefing Room you can browse and search the full text of White House documents and speeches, and subscribe to the publications mailing list to receive White House publications on a daily basis.
  • The President's Cabinet
    Departments of: Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Justice, Labor, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans Affairs.
  • Independent Federal Agencies and Commissions
    Central Intelligence Agency, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Deposit Insurance Commission, Federal Emergency Management Agency, General Services Administration, National Aeronautic and Space Administration, National Archives and Records Administration, National Performance Review, National Science Foundation, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Securities and Exchange Commission, Small Business Administration, Smithsonian Institution, US-Israel Science and Technology Commission, United States Postal Service, and Voice of America.
  • The Federal Information Center (FIC)
    Have you ever tried to find an answer to a simple question about the U.S. Federal Government and ended up on a merry-go-round of referrals? Or have you ever had a question about the U.S. Federal Government that was so difficult that you didn't even know where to begin? The Federal Information Center can help you. It has specially trained its staff to answer your questions or to direct you to the person with the answer in the U.S. Federal Government.
  • FedWorld
    The National Technical Information Service (NTIS) introduced FedWorld in November 1992 to help with the challenge of accessing U.S. Government Information online. The goal of NTIS FedWorld is to provide a one-stop location for the public to locate, order and have delivered to them, U.S. Government information. Links to U.S. Government W3 servers and other U.S. government information sources are provided. Servers are sorted into subject categories -- the same subject categories that we sort the more than 700 new information products that NTIS receives each week -- so that you can quickly navigate to servers of interest.

Judicial Branch

State and Local Governments