ada.gov – Always the go to place for information on the Americans with Disabilities Act, there is now an Accessble Technology page compiling in one place the Justice Department’s technical assistance and guidance about accessible technology, as well as information about its enforcement efforts, regulation development and other resources and initiatives.
http://www.fueleconomy.gov/ – A wealth of information about fuel economy, finding the right car for you, information about advanced cars and new fuels and so much more. Link directly to http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/printGuides.shtml for a printable copy of the latest fuel economy guide (50 page pdf booklet – you will need adobe acrobat to view and print).
IdentityTheft.gov – A free government site to report identity theft to the Federal Trade Commission, build a step-by-step personalized recovery plan, and put that plan into action.
irs.gov – Forms, publications, and more.
USA.gov – Their mission? Create and organize timely, needed government information and services and make them accessible anytime, anywhere, via your channel of choice.
Oklahoma State Government – Check current traffic conditions, road and bridge closures, traveler’s information, and other public transportation services.
Ok.gov – The state’s official web portal, has provided Oklahoma citizens and businesses with 24/7 access to state government information and services since 2001. The portal offers more than 374,000 pages of information and interactive services.
Oklahoma Department of Transportation – Current travel conditions, road and bridge closures, traveler’s information, information on projects, programs and other public transportation services.
Oklahoma State Legislature – Search for information about Oklahoma laws, legislators and the legislative process.
Oklahoma State’s Internet Claim Service – (Oklahoma Employment Security Commission) The site has a new look. The new system allows more flexibility for the user. New features include the ability to view claim information on claims filed within the last three years. That information will include weekly payments, nonmonetary determinations, and 1099 information. In addition you will be able to change your contact information and file appeals to non-monetary determinations. It also includes the normal features that allow you to file initial and weekly claims
Jefferson County Assessor – Search the tax database and download forms.