Answered By: Bobray Bordelon
Last Updated: Aug 18, 2017     Views: 4

In every US State and the District of Columbia, agencies are creating databases of useful information - information on businesses, licensed professionals, plots of land, even dates of fish stocking. Some of this content is available on search engines, but much of it is part of the invisible web. Since July 2007, librarians and other government information specialists have been working on identifying and annotating these databases in one place - The State Agencies Database Project.  Can search by state or subjects.  Among the subjects are Earth & the Environment; Education; Government Agencies & Elected Officials; Government Finances & Contracts; Health, Medicine & Safety; Voting & Elections; and many other topics.

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