Whether you are looking for information about the United States government or for resources for the State of Maryland, start your search here.
Federal Government Resources
United States Government – The official portal of the United States Government.
House of Representatives – The official website of the United States House of Respresentatives.
U.S. Senate – The official website of the United States Senate.
U.S. Supreme Court – The official website of the United States Supreme Court.
THOMAS – The Library of Congress’s THOMAS website provides a collection of resources for current and historic government information. This includes helpful links for the House of Representative and Senate links
USAJOBS – Search for U.S. government jobs using the official job site of the United States federal government.
Maryland State Government Resources
Maryland State Government – The official website of the Maryland State Government.
Maryland Manual – Published online by the Maryland State Archives, the Maryland Manual contains information about both the state and local governments in Maryland.
Unannotated Code of Maryland and Rules – Free online access to the unannoted Code of Maryland.
Division of State Documents – This website provides access to the online versions of the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) and the Maryland Register.
S.A.I.L – S.A.I.L. (Service Access and Information Link) helps you to apply, renew, or learn about various social services offered by the State of Maryland.
Maryland State Archives – Located in Annapolis, the Maryland State Archives houses the historical documents of the State of Maryland.
Maryland Land Records – The Maryland Judiciary and the Maryland State Archives have joined to provide up-to-date access to all verified land record instruments in Maryland through this website.
Maryland State Online Employment Center – Seeking a job with the State of Maryland? This website lists all the jobs currently available in all of the state departments.
Maryland’s One Stop Career Center – Provides a variety of employment and workforce services for all job-seeking customers.
DLLR’s Division of Unemployment Insurance – Unemployment insurance provides benefits to persons who are unemployed through no fault of their own and who are ready, willing, and able to work, and are actively seeking work. File an unemployment insurance claim online.
Maryland Judiciary Court Case Search – The website provides a searchable database for public access to case records of the Judiciary Court.
Maryland Legal Aid – Maryland Legal Aid provides a full range of free civil legal services to financially eligible individuals.
People’s Law Library of Maryland – The People’s Law Library of Maryland is the State’s Legal Services Directory. The Directory lists agencies and organizations that serve low income residents.
Visit Maryland – Visit Maryland is the official website of the Maryland Office of Tourism.
Accredited Online Colleges & Universities – This site provides a directory to search the accredited online programs available in Maryland.
Maryland Department of Veteran Affairs – Tons of resources for Maryland’s veterans.