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1. Harrold's Links To Government Agencies, Officials, Records, Political Parties, S
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History of "In God We Trust" and "under God"
Under God" (by Richard E. Gardiner, April 2003)
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(Qoute: "In the United States, there is a widening gap between a citizen's ability to monitor his or her government and the government's ability to monitor a citizen. Average citizens have limited access to important government records, while available information is often illegible. Meanwhile, the government's eagerness and means to oversee a citizen's personal activity is rapidly increasing.")

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6. Accenture Tallies Scorecard On E-gov Initiatives
Consulting firm Accenture this week released a report on how egovernment initiatives stack up around the world. Its scorecard-style evaluation covers the 22 most active countries online. Applications. careers. Convergence. Data Center human services or postal agencies are not likely to move forward in the hard job of going online. Top government support drove e-gov
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Accenture tallies scorecard on e-gov initiatives
By Ellen Messmer Network World Fusion, 04/04/01 WASHINGTON, D.C. - Consulting firm Accenture this week released a report on how e-government initiatives stack up around the world. Its scorecard-style evaluation covers the 22 most active countries online. Entitled "eGovernment Leadership, Rhetoric vs. Reality - Closing the Gap," the report bequeaths the highest marks on Canada, Singapore and the U.S., in that order, for efforts each country has taken to provide online services and information to citizens and businesses.

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Home Notices Privacy Security ... Privacy and Security notices About the CIA What's New at CIA CIA Careers Publications ... Related Links The Director of Central Intelligence heads both the U.S. Intelligence Community and the Central Intelligence Agency. As a result of these dual roles, this Web site includes information about both the Intelligence Community (see the DCI's welcome page ) and the Central Intelligence Agency . For the purpose of the notices which follow, we will refer to this entire Web site as the Central Intelligence Agency Web site since 'Central Intelligence Agency' is a more widely known name than is 'Director of Central Intelligence.' The notices which follow apply equally to all areas of this Web site.
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8. Careers And Jobs By Field, Career Center, University Of Maryland
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Masters/PHDs Internships/Summer/Part-time Graduate/Professional School Career-Related Web Links If our links aren't enough to get you started, use the The Riley Guide with its hundreds. "Where to find the jobs" is particularly useful. Business/Management Agriculture/Sciences/Mathematics Arts/Communications Education ... Technical(Engineering, Computers, Web) Business/Management Job listings, resume databank All Retail Jobs Sales and other types of positions in the retail industry. Be An Actuary Job listings, career information, internships, minorities Careers in Business This extremely informative and interesting page is designed to help you get started on a satisfying career in business. Describes specific job activities in Finance, Accounting and Management to help answer the question "But what do . . . actually do?" Covers salary information, job market trends and leading employers. Jobs in Logistics

9. U.S. Department Of State Careers: Foreign Service Specialist: Steps To Becoming
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1. Submit Your Application To apply, you must first complete the Application for Federal Employment (DS-1950) . In addition, depending upon which of the nineteen different specialist job categories you are applying for, you must refer to the specific vacancy announcement and complete all additional required procedures. To be eligible , you must be a U.S. citizen between the ages of 21 and 59 (hired before 60th birthday), or between 21 and 37 for Diplomatic Security, and be available for worldwide assignment. RETURN TO TOP 2. Initial Review A completed application package contains all of the material listed in the specific Vacancy Announcement. Materials submitted for inclusion in the package are reviewed as they are received and become the property of the Department of State. An application can be terminated whenever any materials do not meet the basic eligibility requirements for employment in the Foreign Service. RETURN TO TOP 3. Qualifications Evaluation Panel

10. U.S. Department Of State Careers: Foreign Service Office: How To Become A Foreig
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  • 1. Register for the Written Exam The first step to becoming a Foreign Service Officer is taking the Foreign Service Written Exam, which is offered once a year in the spring. The next exam is scheduled for April 24, 2004. Registration is closed for the April 24, 2004 exam. Visit our exam information page for more details.) The exam will measure your knowledge of subjects determined to be necessary for performing the tasks required of a Foreign Service Officer. There will be multiple-choice questions on a range of topics from U.S. Government to psychology to American culture to management and finance. The exam includes an English usage section, a biographic inventory, and an essay exercise. To be eligible , exam takers must be U.S. citizens between the ages of 20 and 59, and be available for worldwide assignment. You can select your testing location from among hundreds of test sites around the world. Click here for more information on how to prepare for the exam.

    11. Screening Advertisements
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    Download Printable PDF Screening Advertisements A Guide for The Media Introduction Credit Repair and Loan Scams All Purpose Advertising Screening Tips Travel/Vacation Fraud ... Resources Introduction
    Fraudulent claims can show up in ads for a wide variety of products and services. Most use similar terms and techniques to entice a reader, listener, or viewer to respond favorably to an ad. This publication includes general tips on how to screen ads effectively and particular tip-offs - "buzz words" or techniques - to help you identify some of the most common types of deceptions that are found in ads for get-rich-quick schemes, weight loss fraud, health fraud, credit repair and loan scams, travel fraud and product misrepresentations . By learning to spot the tell-tale signs of fraudulent advertising, you can protect your customers, your bottom line, your reputation, and the good name of your legitimate advertisers. One evaluation standard applies to all ads: Does the offer, promotion, payoff, or benefit sound too good to be true? If you use this standard, and if you exercise caution when you spot some of the buzz words and techniques revealed in this booklet, there's a good chance that you'll be able to spot a questionable ad or promotion with just a quick look, and an even better chance that you'll be able to stop it before it gets into print, on the air, or in the mail to your customers.

    12. UNCW What Can I Do With A Major In Criminal Justice
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    13. Majors\sociology
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    Updated August 22, 2003
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    Many occupations today require a college educated individual who can write and speak well, solve problems, learn new information quickly and work well with others on a team. This means that college graduates use their education in a wide variety of fields, and your future career may relate more to your personal career interests, work values and transferable skills than any specific academic major. However, the following list contains a representative sample of current job titles of former Sociology majors. Use this as an idea list, and remember that it represents some, but certainly not all, of the careers you might consider. Students obtaining employment immediately upon graduation are usually those with the best college records and a willingness to relocate to find a job. Some of these jobs also require education beyond a bachelor’s degree.

    14. Federal Government Careers
    controllers, inspectors, airport security screeners, postal workers, cafeteria salaries in this other careers on this of Agriculture www.usajobs
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    Do all kinds of jobs for the federal government Specializations include Everything from managers to construction workers Preferred education High school diploma and up, but mainly bachelor's degree Required for some jobs Getting ahead Advancement is through a pre-set series of pay levels or "grades" Job outlook Federal government employment is declining Earnings Vary widely Links Find more information about this career WHAT'S IT LIKE? Paper pushers. Bureaucrats. Bean counters. There are a lot of less than flattering names for people working in the government. But let's face itwe need the government and we need government workers. After all, none of us, by ourselves, can patrol the streets, repair and build highways, inspect the nation's food supply, clean up toxic waste, manage the nation's air traffic, oversee the airwaves, test public water supplies, guarantee bank deposits and set educational standards for schools. We depend on government and government workers to do these things for us. The federal government employs almost 2 million civilian workers or about 1.3 percent of the nation's workforce. Working for an array of federal agencies and 15 cabinet departments including the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Education, Health and Human Services and the Department of Transportation, federal employees administer services that protect the public safety, health and welfare.

    15. Federal Investigators
    deputies, IRS special agents, and postal inspectors, among out salaries in this other careers on this Department of Commerce; Federal Times
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    Depends on the agency they work for Preferred education Federal certification required Getting ahead Skills Where they work Varies widely Many different federal agencies, including the FBI Job outlook Good Earnings Moderate to moderately high Links Find more information about this career WHAT'S IT LIKE? Many federal investigators work on cases that involve violations of federal law. These are the criminal investigators who work as FBI agents, US Marshall deputies, IRS special agents, and postal inspectors, among others. They examine financial records to solve cases of white-collar crime, monitor court-ordered wiretaps of people suspected of breaking federal law, interview witnesses in cases of drug trafficking, and do undercover work. Their jobs can be dangerous and sometimes involve using firearms and making arrests. The federal government also employs a host of non-criminal investigators who do everything from checking airplanes to investigating the immigration status of non-citizens living in the United States. However, these investigators often uncover criminal violations and end up collaborating with federal criminal investigators. In addition, they sometimes face situations as risky as those confronted by criminal investigators, and some also carry firearms and have the right to arrest people.

    16. Police And Detectives
    may relocate a number of times over the course of their careers. postal inspectors must have a bachelor’s degree and 1 year of Internet http//
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    • Police work can be dangerous and stressful.
    • Civil service regulations govern the appointment of police and detectives.
    • Competition should remain keen for higher paying jobs with State and Federal agencies and police departments in affluent areas; opportunities will be better in local and special police departments that offer relatively low salaries or in urban communities where the crime rate is relatively high.
    • Applicants with college training in police science or military police experience should have the best opportunities.
    Nature of the Work About this section Back to Top People depend on police officers and detectives to protect their lives and property. Law enforcement officers, some of whom are State or Federal special agents or inspectors, perform these duties in a variety of ways, depending on the size and type of their organization. In most jurisdictions, they are expected to exercise authority when necessary, whether on or off duty. Uniformed police officers Police agencies are usually organized into geographic districts, with uniformed officers assigned to patrol a specific area, such as part of the business district or outlying residential neighborhoods. Officers may work alone, but in large agencies they often patrol with a partner. While on patrol, officers attempt to become thoroughly familiar with their patrol area and remain alert for anything unusual. Suspicious circumstances and hazards to public safety are investigated or noted, and officers are dispatched to individual calls for assistance within their district. During their shift, they may identify, pursue, and arrest suspected criminals, resolve problems within the community, and enforce traffic laws.

    17. Advertising And Public Relations
    Mail clerks and mail machine operators, except postal service. For a brochure on careers in public relations, contact on the Internet at http//
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    • California and New York together account for about 1 in 5 firms and more than 1 in 4 workers in the industry. Competition for many jobs will be keen because the glamour of the industry traditionally attracts many more jobseekers than there are job openings. Layoffs are common when accounts are lost, major clients cut budgets, or agencies merge.

    Nature of the Industry About this section Back to Top There are 47,000 advertising and public relations services establishments in the United States. About 4 out of 10 write copy and prepare artwork, graphics, and other creative work, and then place the resulting ads on television, radio, or the Internet or in periodicals, newspapers, or other advertising media. Within the industry, only these full-service establishments are known as advertising agencies . Almost 1 in 5 are public relations firms. Many of the largest agencies are international, with a substantial proportion of their revenue coming from abroad.

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    19. FirstGov For Consumers: About This Site
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    About This Site FirstGov for Consumers is a "one-stop" link to a broad range of federal information resources available online. It is designed so that you can locate information by category such as Food Health Product Safety Your Money , and Transportation . Each category has subcategories to direct you to areas within individual federal web sites containing related information. FirstGov for Consumer is a "work-in-progress." Be on the lookout for more federal information sites added and a refined navigation mechanism. ScamAlert! provides current information on fraudulent and deceptive practices in the marketplace. This feature appears on each page, as necessary, and contains important law-enforcement information and tips to avoid scams. In the Spotlight showcases new education and consumer awareness campaigns and other items of significant interest on all pages. The FirstGov for Consumer web site has been optimized for version 2.0 or higher and

    20. FOIA Contacts At Major Federal Agencies - U.S. Government Info/Resources
    Links to Federal Freedom of Information contacts, from your Guide United States postal Service (USPS) United States Secret Service Jobs OPM Director Touts careers in Public Servi contact

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