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Find Federal Forms Fast Online at www.FedForms.gov

GSA # 10005

April 24, 2003
Contact: Eleni Martin (202) 501-1231
eleni.martin@gsa.gov


WASHINGTON, DC FedForms.gov (www.FedForms.gov), the citizens' single stop for Federal Forms, has added a new service: a single link to the Government's Top 100 forms.
The new page consolidates the most popular forms for taxes, Immigration services, Visa applications and farm and Medicare programs. Just visit FedForms.gov and click on "TOP 100 FORMS (http://www.FedForms.gov/top100.cfm)." Each listing is linked directly to a form at an agency website.

FedForms.gov means no lines, no waiting, just the forms for the services you need. FedForms.gov is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
At FedForms.gov, you can find over 4300 forms from almost 70 agencies and bureaus. FedForms.gov will help you find forms to file taxes, apply for a business loan, a Federal grant, a student loan, Federal benefits and services--all online. And if you can't find the form in our database, contact us and we will help you search across the government.
FedForms can also help you find employment vacancies with federal agencies, locate the government's standard and optional forms, and search forms sites of more than 90 agencies. You can also find the government's agenda of new regulations and comment on them. General Services Administration has made 160 of the most used GSA, Standard and Optional federal forms available as "talking forms" for the visually impaired.

FedForms.gov is managed by the Regulatory Information Service Center of the U.S. General Services Administration in partnership with Firstgov.gov, the U.S. Government's official Internet portal and many federal agencies.

If you have a question about U.S. Government programs, benefits and services, you can get information you need through printed publications, by e-mail, by calling toll-free 1 (800) FED-INFO, and by going online to www.FirstGov.gov and www.pueblo.gsa.gov.