|Economic Development Administration|
Established under the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 to generate jobs, help retain existing jobs, and stimulate industrial and commercial growth in economically-distressed areas of the United States.
|FedWorld Information Network|
Access to thousands of U.S. Government web sites, more than a 1/2 million U.S. Government documents, databases and other information products. From the U.S. Department of Commerce's National Technical Information Service Technology Administration.
|Institute for Telecommunications Sciences (ITS)|
The chief research and engineering arm of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). Serves as a principal Federal resource for solving the telecommunications concerns of other Federal agencies, state and local Governments, private corporations and associations, and international organizations.
|Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA)|
Federal agency promoting the growth of businesses owned by ethnic minorities. Register on-line for assistance with capital formation, marketing and management.
|National Telecommunications and Information Administration|
An agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, NTIA is the Executive Branch's principal voice on domestic and international telecommunications and information technology issues.
|Office of Automotive Affairs|
Automotive industry information compiled by the Department of Commerce about the United States and other countries, as well as export trade opportunities, foreign country import requirements and industry related data.
|Office of Civil Rights|
Administers affirmative action and related programs within the U.S. Department of Commerce
|Office of the Chief Counsel for International Commerce|
Responsible for legal matters related to the promotion of U.S. trade and investment and the competitiveness of domestic firms abroad.
|Trade Adjustment Assistance For Firms (TAA)|
A federal program, provides financial assistance to manufacturers affected by import competition. A network of twelve regional, non-profit organizations that manage the TAA program, Trade Adjustment Assistance Centers (TAACs).
|U.S. Department of Commerce|
This portal site in an ezine format gives access and information to the programs, services, and personnel of this cabinet-level, government department.