One of the most important things I do as your U.S. Representative is help you gain access to and information about the Federal government.  Below you will find links and information about a few of the many federal government offices, agencies, and bodies of government.  

If you need assistance with a federal agency, please visit the Help with a Federal Agency section of my website. If you cannot find the information you are looking for below, please visit the Federal Government Resources Locator for further assistance.

The Library of Congress’ Internet Legislative Information System. Updated daily, it provides a searchable database for information about all bills passed in the 107th and 108th Congress, bills pending in Congress, and House and Senate floor speeches and debates recorded daily in the Congressional Record.

The White House
Learn more about the duties of the President of the United States and Vice President of the United States, the policy initiatives of the White House, the president's budget, and view videos, photos, fact sheets and other relevant information about our nation's executive branch.

U.S. House of Representatives

Made up of 435 members from the 50 states, District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, this body is one of the two chambers of the United States Congress and meets for business in the United States Capitol.

U.S. Senate
The Senate, along with the House of Representatives, makes up the United States Congress and houses 100 Senators, two from each of the 50 states.  Also residing in the United States Capitol, the Senate and House comprise the Legislative Branch of the Federal government.

U.S. Supreme Court

Rounding out the three branches of the Federal government - the Judicial Branch - the United States Supreme court consists of nine justices and is the highest court in the nation.

Federal Departments, Bureaus, Agencies

A comprehensive list of links to the homepages of federal organizations, from the CIA and the Social Security Administration to the Department of Commerce and the White House.

U.S. Courts
The federal courts often are called the guardians of the Constitution because their rulings protect rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution. Through fair and impartial judgments, the federal courts interpret and apply the law to resolve disputes.

Library of Congress
The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.

Government Web Resources
A comprehensive list of links to the homepages of federal organizations, from the CIA and the Social Security Administration to the Department of Commerce and the White House.

FedWorld Information Network
A searchable database of federal government information.
Government Printing Office
Provides free, searchable electronic access to a wealth of important information published by the federal government. The information provided on this site is the official version of government documents.
Whatever you want or need from the U.S. government, it's here on You'll find a rich treasure of online information, services and resources.
Federal Judiciary
Get the latest updates on the U.S. court system.
Reach all federal websites from a single site.
An official government website that offers information on more than 1,000 federal and state benefits programs.

Postal Service
The United States Postal Service delivers mail to almost 138 million homes, businesses, and post office boxes. About 1.7 million new addresses are added each year. They handle more than 200 billion pieces of mail a year, or five pieces per address per day.