Wednesday, October 02, 2013

United States Federal Government Shutdown

The first shutdown of the U.S. government in 17 years began early Tuesday, October 1, 2013. Wondering how this will affect you?
You’ve probably heard that passports, national parks, and even head start problems. What else has been impacted? Take a look at this comprehensive list of agencies which information regarding their current status as put together by CNN.com
In addition here is a list of government websites that are completely offline at the moment:
  • USGS.gov
  • Bureau of Economic Analysis (bea.gov)
  • Business.gov
  • Census.gov
  • Copyright.gov
  • Data.gov
  • Disability.gov
  • ERIC (eric.ed.gov)
  • FCC.gov
  • FTC.gov
  • FTC.gov
  • Library of Congress (loc.gov)
  • NASA.gov
  • National Park Service (nps.gov)
  • NIMH.gov
  • NIST.gov
  • NOAA.gov is offline but you can still get to weather.gov
  • NSF.gov
  • Nutrition.gov
  • USDA (usda.gov)


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