Department of Banking and Finances web site provides consumers with information pertaining to the banking industry in Florida. This includes and is not limited to the Bureau of Auditing, Bureau of Accounting and the Bureau of State Payroll. This site is useful to consumers looking for information ranging from Banking Statutes to Financial Fraud.
Department of State is the official web site of the state of Florida. This site contains information on subjects being discussed in Federal government and how they can affect Florida Residents. A consumer will also find information on elections as well as links to State resources.
Division of Consumer Services Site is available to assist consumers through education and assistance. The site contains a comprehensive list of consumer resources and information on several subjects that effect consumers in the state.
Senate Official Site: Provides extensive information to consumer interested in current legislation, bills, laws or statutes. An archive is available for consumers to research one particular law, or several laws that may have similar applications. For consumers looking to research legislative proceedings, there is also a searchable archive of individual sessions, or a combined listing of all sessions in a PDF format.
Division of Emergency Management Site: Provides citizens with emergency information pertaining disaster and disaster relief. The site contains information on natural disasters, how they happen and what to do if they happen along with a storm watch center for consumers to track potential weather problems.
National Government Resources Site is designed to search all government resources and sites for information and assistance. This site allows consumers to directly search over 30 million Government web pages on an unlimited range of topics.
US Small Business Administration Site offers a wide area of assistance to small businesses. Their assistance programs are able to help consumers in the areas of; Technical, Financial and Contracting Assistance, Internal Administrative and Disaster Assistance. Each area contains individual programs that small businesses will find useful. Use this link to find the US Small Business Administration office in your state or region.
US Department of Labor Site: Locate the labor office in your state or search for information on the government page. Topics of interest include; Wages, Health Plans and Benefits, Unemployment Insurance and more specified categories under each topic.
Federal Disability Information Service Site: is a comprehensive Federal website of disability-related government resources. Employment, Housing, Education, Transportation, Health and Income Support are only a few of the topics here to provide people with disabilities the information and help they need.
Student Resources Site: Provides comprehensive links to answers on education. Topics covered range from Scholarships, Grants and State Financial Aid to Career Development and Choosing the right school.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) For Consumers Site: The FDIC is an independent agency of the federal government created in the 1930s to protect the economy from Bank failures by insuring deposits made into an institution. The FDIC For Consumers site assists consumers with education relating to; Consumer Financial Rights, Mortgage Research and many others items pertaining to consumers and their finances.
US Department of Education Site: This site is a guide for government educational resources for students, teachers, parents and administrators. Topics include student aid, lesson ideas and publications, parental guides and news.
US Office of the Attorney General Site: Reviews areas covered by the Attorney General, his responsibilities and his functions in the US Government, as well as speeches, testimonies and annual reports.
Medicare: The official US site for people with Medicare. This site helps people to find a Personal Plan, review Participating Physicians and supplier Directories. Search categories covering information on Eligibility, Prescription Drug Assistance Programs, and Medicare Coverage.
US Department of Health and Human Services Site: This is the United States government’s primary agency for supporting the health of Americans and providing necessary human services. Specifically it assists those who are least able to help themselves. Research is available on topics such as: Physicians, Healthcare, Diseases and Overall Wellness.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Site: The FCC is the governmental agency that overseas and regulates communications. The site details each of the five bureaus and the specific areas they cover. The FCC handles complaints on communication, from consumers and responds with appropriate action. Visit the site for more information on the FCC and consumer’s rights and obligations.
Social Security Online: The official web site of the Social Security Administration. Social Security covers Medicare, Retirement, Disabilities, and resources relating to each of them and more.
Accountant Locator: Find an accountant nationwide by searching by zip code and the type of service you need.
Legal Aid Society: This site provides you access to legal services in your area.
Federal Citizens Information Center: Site locator for consumers to search for information relating to any topic of interest from: Cars and Computers to Federal Programs and Health Issues.
Consumer Reports: Review reports on products before you purchase them. Consumer Report issues monthly periodicals reviewing products that are available to the public. The report assists consumers in determining which products would be the best for their investment. It covers products ranging from vacuum cleaners and cars to financial service products.
Consumer Product Safety: Commission was organized to protect the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death from more than 15,000 types of consumer products. Search products for safety ratings and recalls to help decide on the best options.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Office for Law Enforcement
Federal Communications Commission (FCC)