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www.ok.gov (Oklahoma's Official Web Site) Social Media

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

Twitter feeds and Facebook on www.ok.gov (special run)

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Z - dormant Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

The Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology, founded in 1984, is a component of the Department of Art of The University of Memphis, in Memphis, Tennessee (USA), and is a Tennessee Center of Excellence. It is dedicated to the study of the art and culture of ancient Egypt through teaching, research, exhibition, and community education.

As part of its research and teaching objectives, the Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology, (hereafter IEAA), is engaged with various field projects in Egypt. Currently, the IEAA conducts an epigraphic survey in the Great Hypostyle Hall of Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt, sponsors an excavation in the Valley of the Kings at the tomb of Pharaoh Amenmesse, and partners with the Italian Archaeological Mission at the tomb of Harwa at Thebes.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Egyptian - Culture - Tennessee Art, Egyptian - Tennessee

Workers' Compensation Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2014

Description:

The Oklahoma Workers Compensation Commission is the agency responsible for handling claims of injured workers. Oklahoma workers whose claims are in dispute with their employer file a claim with the commission in order to get the case resolved in a timely manner.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Workers Compensation Court of Existing Claims, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2010

Description:

Official Site of the Oklahoma Workers Compensation Court. Providing information on the Oklahoma worker's Compensation Court as well as court forms and publications.

Subject:   Government - US States Government

Women, Oklahoma Commission on the Status of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Legislature created the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women in 1994 to act as an advisory entity on equity issues relating to gender bias; monitor legislation to determine whether it is discriminatory toward one gender or the other; act as a resource and a clearinghouse for research on issues related to women and gender bias; report annually to the Governor, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and Speaker of the House of Representatives regarding its activities; and make recommendations concerning needed legislation or regulatory changes relating to equity and gender bias.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Will Rogers Memorial Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

To collect, preserve, and share the life, wisdom, and humor of Will Rogers for all generations.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Society & Culture

Wildlife Resources Agency, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) is an organization of more than 600 professionals dedicated to the preservation, conservation and enhancement of Tennessee's fish and wildlife. The agency was housed under various state departments until 1949 when it became a separate state agency known as the Tennessee Game and Fish Commission. Reorganized in 1974, the modern Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is funded primarily by sportsmen and plays a major role touching many aspects of everyday life

Subject:   Government - US States Wildlife conservation -- Tennessee Wildlife management -- Tennessee

Wildlife Conservation, Oklahoma Department of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is the state agency responsible for managing fish and wildlife, The Wildlife Department receives no general state tax appropriations and is supported by hunting and fishing license fees and federal excise taxes on hunting and fishing equipment.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Wheat Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

In 1965, the Oklahoma Wheat Resources Act established the Oklahoma Wheat Commission, and with it a framework for Oklahoma wheat producers to invest in the promotion of their product, Hard Red Winter wheat. The Oklahoma Wheat Commission is entirely producer-controlled. Oklahoma wheat producers elect their fellow producers to serve as commissioners in district elections. Each district has an opportunity to elect a commissioner every 5 years. Once selected, commissioners are appointed by the Governor of Oklahoma to serve a 5-year term. Five Oklahoma wheat producers make up the board of commissioners.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Water Resources Board, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board is to manage, protect and improve the water resources of the state and plan for Oklahoma's long-range water needs in a responsive, innovative and professional manner.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Virginia's Political Landscape, 2009

Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Jan, 2009

Description:

This collection preserves the Web sites that document Virginia's 2009 statewide and Virginia House of Delegates elections (primary and general). All 3 statewide offices (Governor, Lt. Governor and Attorney General) as well as all 100 members of the Virginia House of Delegates are up for election in 2009. Included are campaign Web sites for candidates for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General and the House of Delegates, official sites for Virginia’s Congressional delegation, the state Virginia Democratic and Republican Party Web sites, as well as Web sites for members of the Virginia General Assembly. Also included are Web sites for the Political Action Committees of Governor Tim Kaine and former Governor George Allen.. The primary election was held on 9 June 2009 and the general election on 3 November 2009.

Subject:   Government - US Federal Politics & Elections Government - US States Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Republican Party (Va.) United States. Congress. Senate. United States. Congress. House. Elections - Virginia. Attorneys general - Virginia - Election. Lieutenant governors - Virginia - Election. Governor

Virginia's Political Landscape, 2008

Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Dec, 2007

Description:

This collection preserves the Web sites that document Virginia's 2008 Congressional elections (primary and general). All 11 members of Virginia’s Congressional Delegation as well as one U.S. Senate seat are up for election in 2008. Included are campaign Web sites for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, official sites for Virginia’s Congressional delegation, the state Virginia Democratic and Republican Party Web sites, as well as Web sites for members of the Virginia General Assembly. Also included are Web sites for the Political Action Committees of Governor Tim Kaine and former Governor George Allen, the personal Web sites of Lt. Governor Bill Bolling, Attorney General Bob McDonnell and former Governor (and U.S. Senate candidate) James S. Gilmore, and two political sunshine Web sites: Virginia Public Access Project and Richmond Sunlight. The general election was 4 November 2008.

Subject:   Government - US Federal Politics & Elections Government - US States Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. Republican Party (Va.) United States. Congress. Senate. United States. Congress. House. Virginia. General Assembly. Senate. Democratic Party (Va.) United States. Congress Elections, 2008.

Virginia Statewide Election Campaign Websites, 2006

Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Oct, 2006

Description:

This collection was created to capture the websites of candidates for the Virginia race for U.S. Senate 2006 November. Included are the websites for George Allen (Republican Party), Gail Parker (Independent Green Party), and Jim Webb (Democratic Party). The websites were crawled daily throughout the last three weeks of the election.

Subject:   Government - US States

Virginia State Government Web Sites Collection

Collected by: Library of Virginia

Archived since: Jun, 2006

Description:

This collection preserves the web sites of Virginia state agencies.

Subject:   Government - US States

Veterinary Medical Examiners, Oklahoma board of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

This website offers various items of information for the Pet Owners and Veterinary Professionals.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Veterans Affairs, Oklahoma Department of`

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

The state veterans program administered by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs, under the direction of the War Veterans Commission as the controlling board, provides a complete service to the State's veterans. This service includes nursing and domiciliary care, financial assistance in emergencies, and field service counseling in the filing of claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and state benefits.

Oklahoma is one of the top two states in the nation with seven veterans centers providing intermediate to skilled nursing care and domiciliary care for its wartime veterans. These centers are located in Ardmore, Claremore, Clinton, Lawton, Norman, Sulphur, and Talihina.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Veteran Affairs, Tennessee Dept. of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

The Department of Veterans Affairs exists for one basic purpose - to serve those who have already served. A veteran is any person who served in the active military, naval or air service and was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable (US. Code 38).

Subject:   Government - US States Military pensions - Tennessee Veterans - Education - Tennessee Veterans - Medical Care-Tennessee Veterans-Employment-Tennessee

University of Tennessee Extension Service

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

The University of Tennessee Extension is an off-campus division of the UT Institute of Agriculture. It is a statewide educational organization, funded by federal, state and local governments, that brings research-based information about agriculture, family and consumer sciences, and resource development to the people of Tennessee where they live and work.

Because Extension emphasizes helping people improve their livelihood where they are located, most Tennesseans have contact with UT Extensionthrough their local county Extension agents found in each of the 95 counties. Extension agents are supported by area and state faculty as well as by the educational and research resources and activities of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 74 land-grant universities, and 3,150 county units throughout the nation. The stated mission of the system is to help people improve their lives through an educational process that uses scientific knowledge to address issues and needs.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Veterinary colleges - Tennessee agricultural productivity - Tennessee Research - Tennessee

University of Tennesse, Municipal Technical Advisory Service

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

The mission to provide continuing service to Tennessee municipalities in the form of technical assistance is approached independently of academic research and teaching. MTAS consultants provide assistance in city halls throughout the state. MTAS also produces publications on a wide range of municipal topics, houses a technical reference library in Knoxville, and serves as a clearinghouse for information on a broad range of municipal issues. MTAS works in cooperation with the Tennessee Municipal League, an organization providing Tennessee cities with unified representation at the legislative level.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Law enforcement - Tennessee Local government - Tennessee Municipal government - Tennessee

University Hospitals Authority and Trust, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The University Hospitals Authority and Trust was formed as part of an historic agreement that united the state, a private corporation and the University of Oklahoma in a partnership many credit with moving health care in Oklahoma toward world-class status. The University Hospitals Authority and Trust devotes its resources to a variety of projects on campus. Its mission is to be a catalyst for medical excellence, to support medical education and research, and to help assure quality health care for all Oklahomans.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

University Development at Baylor

Collected by: Baylor University, The Texas Collection

Archived since: Jan, 2013

Description:

This collection documents University Development's work to help secure financial resources to strengthen the Baylor experience and to enable the University to expand its distinctively Christian influence throughout the world. The collection includes Student Foundation, planned giving, and the Baylor online giving site. Special fundraising campaigns, such as the Baylor Stadium Bricks effort, also will be captured here.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Baylor University--University Development Baylor University--Planned giving Baylor University--Baylor Stadium Baylor University--Student Foundation

Uniform Building Code Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Mission of the Uniform Building Code Commission is to establish the minimum construction codes to protect life and property through the review and establishment of a set of state adopted codes to be utilized in each respective trade throughout the State of Oklahoma to insure the protection of the health, safety and welfare of the public.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

UT County Technical Assistance Service

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

402) which established CTAS as a part of The University of Tennessee's Institute for Public Service (IPS) directs CTAS to ...provide studies and research in county government, publications, educational conferences and attendance thereto, and to furnish technical, consultative and field services to counties of the state in problems relating to fiscal administration, accounting, tax assessment and collection, law enforcement, and public works, and in any and all matters relating to county government.

Subject:   Government - US States Highway research - Tennessee Geographic information systems - Tennessee Salvage (Waste, etc.) - Tennessee

UT Center for Business and Economic Research

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

CBER, a department within the College of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, conducts research on national and state economic trends for UT Knoxville, state agencies, and public and private organizations.

A significant part of CBER's ongoing research effort is devoted to an exhaustive analysis of Tennessee's welfare program, Families First. Recent work explores the effects of new time limits on benefits and the extent to which those who leave the program eventually return to the rolls. Anyone new to the study of welfare policy in Tennessee should also consult the Case Characteristics Study and other summary reports. Check here for the latest research: Welfare Research by CBER

The inability of state and local governments to collect sales and use taxes on remote sales is one of the most critical budget issues facing policy makers across the nation. CBER researchers have undertaken numerous projects in the area of taxation on e-commerce and Internet usage. Interested readers should check here for the latest research: e-Commerce Research by CBER.

CBER also collects, analyzes, and disseminates data on the demography and economy of Tennessee.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Welfare recipients - Tennessee Tennessee Economic statistics- Economic conditions Tennessee - Demography

UNC Holiday Greetings

Collected by: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Archived since: Dec, 2012

Description:

electronic holiday card depicting holiday and winter scenes and traditions on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus

Subject:   Universities & Libraries

Turnpike Authority, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (formerly the Oklahoma Transportation Authority) is an instrumentality of the State of Oklahoma (the State) and a body corporate and politic created by statute in 1947. The Authority is authorized to construct, maintain, repair and operate turnpike projects at locations authorized by the Legislature of the State of Oklahoma and approved by the State Department of Transportation.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Tulsa-Rogers County Port Authority, City of, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Tulsa Port of Catoosa is one of the largest, most inland river-ports in the United States! Located at the head of navigation for the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System in Northeast Oklahoma, the Tulsa Port of Catoosa offers year round, ice-free barge service with river flow levels controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. And with worldwide access capabilities, your products can travel easily and efficiently from America's heartland to the rest of the globe.

Subject:   Government Government - Cities Government - US States

TRICOR

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jun, 2007

Description:

TRICOR (Tennessee's Rehabilitative Initiative in Correction) is a self-supporting agency that trains inmates for successful integration into society. TRICOR provides tax-supported entities and non-profit agencies with a wide variety of products and services.

Subject:   Government - US States Criminal - Rehabilitation - Tennessee Prison industries -Tennessee

Treasury Department, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2007

Description:

Accounts for the receipt and disbursement of public funds, Invests available cash balances, Administers state financial programs

Subject:   Government - US States Workers' compensation - Tennessee Bon vacantia - Tennessee Deferred compensation - Tennessee

Treasurer, Oklahoma State

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2010

Description:

Our goal is to promote accountability and fiscal integrity in state and local government. Maintaining our independence as we provide this service to the taxpayers of Oklahoma is of utmost importance.

Subject:   Government - US States Government

Transportation, Tennessee Dept. of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

Plans, implements, maintains and manages an integrated transportation system for the movement of people and products, with emphasis on quality, safety, efficiency and the environment.

Subject:   Government - US States Roads - Tennessee Traffic signals - Tennessee Roads - construction- Tennesee

Transportation, Oklahoma Department of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation is to provide a safe, economical, and effective transportation network for the people, commerce and communities of Oklahoma.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Tourist Development, Tennessee Dept. of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development is one of the leaders among state organizations in the United States tourism industry. Tennessee's $12.4-billion-a-year tourism industry drew 48.9 million overnight and day-trip visitors in 2005. For the first time state and local revenue surpassed $1 billion and, for the first time since 1997, all 95 counties saw an increase in tourism expenditures

Subject:   Government - US States Tourism - Tennessee Tourism - Government policy - Tennessee

Tourism and Recreation Department, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The Department of Tourism and Recreation operates under the general supervision of the Executive Director and in accordance with policies formulated by a nine member Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission. The Department is organized into four divisions: Administration, Oklahoma Today Magazine, Parks, Resorts & Golf, and Travel & Tourism.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust Fund, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust was established through a constitutional amendment approved by Oklahoma voters in November 2000. While most state governments have failed to keep their promise to use tobacco settlement funds for tobacco prevention and other programs to improve health, Oklahomans have created an endowment to assure that funds will be available for these purposes for generations to come.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Textbook Committee, Oklahoma State

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

Each year, instructional materials for a different content area are reviewed and considered for adoption. Publishers are required to submit bids which identify every student title, teacher edition, free item, and supplementary item that will be made available. Publishers are also required to provide samples of new materials for review by the Oklahoma State Textbook Committee. The Oklahoma State Textbook Committee is comprised of parents, teachers, and community members who have been appointed by the Governor. The Committee reviews all instructional materials in light of the state content standards.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Tennessee Valley Authority

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

TVA is the nation’s largest public power company, with 33,000 megawatts of dependable generating capacity. Through 158 locally owned distributors, TVA provides power to about 8.7 million residents of the Tennessee Valley.

Subject:   Government - US States Environmental policy - Tennessee Electric power consumption - Tennessee Fuel switching - Tennessee

Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

Provide financial assistance for post-secondary educational opportunities to Tennessee residents and other students who have established eligibility in accordance with program guidelines.

Subject:   Government - US States Student loan funds - Administration - Tennessee Scholarships - Directories - Tennessee Student assistance programs - Tennessee

Tennessee Recovery

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jul, 2010

Description:

Gathers information related to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)

Subject:   Government

Tennessee Newsroom (formerly Tennessee Anytime)

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

State of Tennessee portal including information on the state of Tennessee with links to the services provide by the state as well as links to the individual departments that make up the state government.

Subject:   Government - US States

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

- Investigation of criminal offenses and scientific analysis of various crimes committed in Tennessee. Divisions of Criminal Investigation, Forensic Services, Tennessee Crime Information System.

Subject:   Government - US States Missing children - Tennessee Criminal statistics - Tennessee Sex offenders - Tennessee Older people - Abuse of - Tennessee

TennCare, Bureau of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2007

Description:

On January 1, 1994, Tennessee began a new health care reform program called TennCare. This program, which required no new taxes, essentially replaced the Medicaid program in Tennessee. TennCare was designed as a managed care model. It extended coverage to uninsured and uninsurable persons who were not eligible for Medicaid.

Subject:   Science & Health Medical care -- Tennessee TennCare (program)

Teacher's Retirement System of Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

It is the mission of the Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System to provide outstanding customer service to all of our active and retired Clients.

Mission Plan Provide excellent communication and education to our Clients. Protect and promote the financial interest of our Clients. Consistently improve performance. Pursue pro-active solutions and innovation. Promote an environment of trust and cooperation where colleagues are encouraged to reach their potential.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Teacher Preparation, Oklahoma Commission for

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

In May 1995, House Bill 1549 established the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation for the express purpose of developing and implementing a new competency-based teacher preparation, candidate assessment, and professional development system.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Tax Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The Oklahoma Tax Commission's purpose is to facilitate the administration, enforcement, and collection of taxes and other levies enacted by the Oklahoma Legislature for the general maintenance and welfare of the State of Oklahoma.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Student Loan Authority, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Student Loan Authority (OSLA) was established on August 2, 1972, making it one of the earliest student loan organizations in the United States. OSLA is a public trust governed by a board of trustees. We are a loan servicer working under the trade name OSLA Student Loan Servicing™. OSLA receives no appropriated funds from the State of Oklahoma for our operating expenses. All expenses are paid from revenues derived from trust operations in the administration of our various loan programs. Bonds and notes are issued by OSLA to finance our loan activities. The debts are not general obligations but are limited revenue obligations, payable solely from the assets of the trust estates created for particular financings by various bond resolutions.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Student Life at Baylor

Collected by: Baylor University, The Texas Collection

Archived since: Feb, 2013

Description:

This collection documents the Division of Student Life as it seeks to enrich the Baylor experience through life-changing programs and services resulting in an integrated education known for leadership, service, Christian faith, and the total development of students.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture Baylor University--Judicial affairs Baylor University--Office of Academic Integrity Baylor University--Campus recreation Baylor University--Campus life Baylor University--Multicultural Affairs Baylor University--Waco Hall Baylor University--Student productions Baylor University--New Student Programs Baylor University--Student Life Baylor University--Spiritual Life Baylor University--Student Learning and Engagement

State Courts, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jan, 2007

Description:

The Tennessee Court System provides this site as a public service, offering convenient public access to court reports, court information, and employment opportunities in the court system, as well as Tennessee Appellate Court opinions. Information posted on this site is believed to be accurate, but is not guaranteed.

Subject:   Appellate courts - Tennessee Judicial opinions - Tennessee Sentences (Criminal procedures) - Tennessee Capital punishments - Tennessee

State Courts Network, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jul, 2013

Description:

The Oklahoma Court System is made up of the Supreme Court, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the Court of Civil Appeals, and 77 District Courts. Administrative services for the Court System are provided by the Administrative Office of the Courts.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Government - Counties

Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, Oklahoma Board of Examiners for

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is the only agency in the state regulating health care services in the area of communicative disorders of the speech, language and hearing mechanisms. The mission of the Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology is to regulate the practices of speech-language pathology and audiology in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public and to support practitioners in their professional endeavors.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Science & Health

Special Events and Initiatives at Baylor

Collected by: Baylor University, The Texas Collection

Archived since: Jan, 2013

Description:

This collection documents special events at Baylor that are not otherwise captured in crawls for Student Life, Constituent Engagement, etc., such as Homecoming, Parent and Family Weekend, and Diadeloso. It also documents Baylor's response to significant events like the April 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in the nearby city of West, Texas.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Baylor University--About Baylor University--Heritage Baylor University--Leadership Baylor University--Christian commitment Baylor University--Baylor 2012 Baylor University--Traditions Baylor University--Homecoming Baylor University--Baylor Nation Baylor University--Parent & Family Weekend Baylor University--Diadeloso Baylor University--Response for the City of West Baylor University--Alumni

Space Industry Development Authority, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Spaceport Specializes in horizontal take-off and landing for Reusable Launch Vehicles (RLVs). The Oklahoma Spaceport received its Launch Site Operators License from the Federal Aviation Administration's Office of Commercial Space Transportation (AST) on June 12, 2006, becoming only the sixth recipient to receive a Launch Site Operators License from AST. The Oklahoma Spaceport became the first inland spaceport to establish a flight corridor for space operations in the national airspace system clear of military operating areas or restricted airspace. This arrangement means that space vehicles will not need military permission to operate because the spaceport will have its own airspace.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA), headquartered in Burns Flat, was created in 1971 in a joint effort by municipalities, counties and conservation districts in Beckham, Custer, Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa, Roger Mills and Washita counties. From these governmental units and from other population segments in the region, 30 representatives are elected to serve on SWODA's governing board. The board of trustees determines policy for SWODA. Leaders in these communities recognized that some problems shared by many of these governments could be better solved if they worked together.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Government - Counties

Sorghum Commission

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

The purpose of the Oklahoma Sorghum Commission is to develop, carry out and participate in programs of research in grain sorghum production, disease and insect control. The Commission is also dedicated to development and participation in programs of education and promotion designed to encourage the production, marketing and use of the commodity.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Social Workers, Oklahoma State Board of Licensed

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

To safeguard the welfare of the public of the State of Oklahoma by establishing, promoting and enforcing high standards of practice for licensed social workers.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Senate, Oklahoma State

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2010

Description:

Welcome to the Oklahoma State Senate’s official website. Here you will find information about the 48 members of the Senate and the business each of us conducts at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

Subject:   Government - US States Government

Securities Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The activities of the Department of Securities consist of receiving and processing applications for registration or exemption of securities, business opportunities, takeovers and subdivided land offered in and/or from the state of Oklahoma, including reviewing the offering documents and sales material to be used; receiving and processing applications for registration of broker-dealers, agents, investment advisers, and investment adviser representatives; periodic on-site examining of registrants for compliance with the applicable acts; disseminating information through public lectures, programs, correspondence, and the press, so that professional groups and the public at large may become better acquainted with the requirements and provisions of the acts subject to the jurisdiction of the Department; investigating complaints concerning the offer and/or sale of securities, business opportunities, and subdivided land; taking administrative actions upon notice of violations of the acts; taking civil action where necessary; making criminal referrals to appropriate law enforcement officials, and/or by assisting in such prosecutions. The Department also receives filings of the final documents for bonds, notes or other evidences of indebtedness of any public trust.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Secretary of State, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2007

Description:

Keeps state records such as acts and resolutions adopted by the General Assembly and signed by the governor, the receipt and recording of all corporate charters and annual reports, receipt of all trademarks, the execution of notary commissions and the receipt of all state administrative rules and regulations

Subject:   Government - US States Notary - Tennessee Emblems, State - Tennessee Statutes - Tennessee Corporations - Tennessee Tennessee - Elections

Secretary of State, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Sep, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Secretary of State’s office is to provide an exceptional standard of service to the public, business community and governmental agencies, through a registry of Oklahoma’s official documents and through the delivery of services designed to improve public access and public awareness.

Subject:   Government - US States Government

Science and Technology, Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

Oklahomans have thousands of great ideas. Like a geologist sifting through rocks, OCAST carefully examines these brilliant ideas to find the ones with the most potential for economic benefit to our state.

Many Oklahomans would be surprised to hear about some of the groundbreaking, globally-recognized work being done in Oklahoma. Cures and treatments for dreaded diseases, processes to improve the efficiency of energy production and technology innovations to help the military ensure our safety are all being developed by Oklahomans. But even the best ideas can struggle when they first begin. That is where OCAST comes into the picture.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Science and Mathematics, Oklahoma School of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics is a two-year public residential high school created and funded by the Oklahoma legislature. The school is open to all students across the state who wish to apply during their sophomore year. OSSM is categorized as a state agency.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Scenic Rivers Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Scenic Rivers Commission (OSRC) is a state agency established in 1977 in accordance with the Scenic Rivers Act. The Commission is invested with the power to establish minimum standards for planning and other ordinances necessary to carry out the provisions of the Scenic Rivers Act. The primary emphasis of the Commission is to preserve and protect the aesthetic, scenic, historic, archaeological and scientific features of the Illinois River and its tributaries (Lee Creek, Little Lee Creek, Barren (Baron) Fork Creek, Flint Creek and (Upper) Mountain Fork). Click here to see the Illinois River Management Plan summary.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

This website is dedicated to the Natural History of Oklahoma.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Safety, Oklahoma Department of Public

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Department of Public Safety is to save lives and protect the public property by enforcing the laws of the State of Oklahoma. The Department also provides information programs to schools and organizations concerning drug abuse and traffic safety.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Safety and Homeland Security, Tennessee Dept. of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

The department and its highly trained state troopers are responsible for safety on more than 15,000 miles of state and federal highways. The Department of Safety's responsibilities range from issuing driver licenses to investigating accidents and auto thefts.

Subject:   Government - US States Automobiles - Safety belts -Tennessee Drivers' licenses - Tennessee Traffic police - Tennessee Traffic safety - Tennessee Motor vehicle drivers - Tennessee

Sacramento independent music

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

Websites about the the history of the independent music community in the Sacramento, California area. Includes information about bands, people, and events, spanning mostly from the 1990s to the present, in the form of static web pages and blogs.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media Sacramento (Calif.) KDVS (Radio station : Davis, Calif.) Davis (Calif.) Punk rock music--History and criticism DIY

Rules and Regulations, Tennessee Dept. of State

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: May, 2007

Description:

As provided by T.C.A. Title 4 Chapter 5, the rules and regulations are the current and official rules and regulations presented as the official compilation-Rules and Regulations of the State of Tennessee and are inclusive of all amendments, repeals, and/or deletions.

Subject:   Government - US States Executive departments -- Tennessee Delegated legislation -- Tennessee

Revenue, Tennessee Dept. of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

Collects approximately 92 percent of total state collections, which help educate Tennessee's children, build highways and state parks, rehabilitate disabled citizens and operate city and county governments.

Subject:   Government - US States Taxation, state - Tennessee Revenue - Tennessee Sales tax - Tennessee Income tax - Tennessee Corporations, taxation - Tennessee

Rehabilitation Services, Oklahoma Department of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Regulatory Authority, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jun, 2007

Description:

Responsible for setting the rates and service standards of privately owned telephone, natural gas, electric and water utilities.

Subject:   Government - US States Telecommunication policy - Tennessee Electric utilities - Government ownership - Tennessee Information technology - Tennessee Public utilities - Statistics - Tennessee

Registry of Election Finance, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jun, 2007

Description:

Enforces Campaign Financial Disclosure and Contribution Limits Acts

Subject:   Government - US States Election law - Tennessee Campaign funds - Tennessee Financial disclosure - Law and legislation - Tennessee

Regional University System of Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Board is specifically to provide higher education programs and service to eligible students in the university service areas and generally to insure educational opportunities in the preparation of students to succeed in a global society. The Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges was created on July 6, 1948 to govern the six regional universities: East Central University, Northeastern State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, University of Central Oklahoma. On July 1, 2006, the Board of Regents of Oklahoma Colleges changed its name to Regional University System of Oklahoma. The Board consists of nine (9) members, eight (8) appointed by the Governor by and with the consent of the Senate, for nine-year staggered terms which expire on the 10th day of June. The ninth member is the elected State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Universities & Libraries

Regents for Higher Education, Oklahoma State

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Nov, 2010

Description:

The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education was created in 1941 by a vote of the people that amended the state's constitution to provide for such a system.

The state system is comprised of 25 colleges and universities – including two research universities, 11 regional universities and 12 community colleges – and 11 constituent agencies and one higher education center. The State System is coordinated by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, and each institution is governed by a board of regents.

The State Regents prescribe academic standards of higher education, determine functions and courses of study at state colleges and universities, grant degrees, and approve each public college's and university's allocations, as well as tuition and fees within the limits set by the Oklahoma Legislature.

The State Regents also manage scholarships and special programs. In addition, in cooperation with the Office of State Finance, the State Regents operate OneNet, the state's information and telecommunications network for education and government. The Regents also operate the Oklahoma Guaranteed Student Loan Program, which guarantees loans made to students by the private sector.

Subject:   Government Government - US States Universities & Libraries

Real Estate Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Real Estate Commission is to safeguard the public interest and provide quality services by assisting and providing resources; encouraging and requiring high standards of knowledge and ethical practices of licensees; investigating and sanctioning licensed activities; and through the prosecution of any unlicensed person who violates the Oklahoma License Code and Rules.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

RTP Film Festivals

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

Websites for Film Festivals hosted in the Research Triangle Park (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and Carrboro). The festivals feature full length and short fiction and documentary films.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Film festivals--North Carolina. Recreation--North Carolina. Feature films. Nonfiction films. Documentary films.

Public Health, Tennessee Institute of

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

The Tennessee Institute of Public Health will promote multi-sector activities resulting in measurable improvements of public health structures, systems, and outcomes. The mission of the Tennessee Institute of Public Health (TNIPH) is to improve the health of all Tennesseans through providing a science-based process for informed health policy development. The Institute will facilitate and promote health education research, practice, and policy analysis through collaboration among public and private health organizations and higher education. Through collaboration, these partners will strengthen workforce development, public health research and education, health practice, and health services.

Subject:   Government - US States Health and hygiene - Tennessee Health - Public health - Tennessee Health education - Tennessee

Public Employees Retirement System, Oklahoma (OPERS)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Dec, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Public Employees Retirement System is to provide and promote accountable and financially sound retirement programs for its members.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Psychologists, Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of Psychologists is to protect the public by regulating the practice of psychology in Oklahoma to ensure that only properly qualified psychologists practice psychology in the state and that the psychology profession as a whole is conducted in the public's best interest.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Police Pension and Retirement System, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System is a defined benefit plan, and qualifies under section 401(a) of the Internal Revenue Code. As of June 30, 2010, the System covered 4,926 active members; 2,241 retirees; 616 beneficiaries; 136 disabled members; 50 deferred option members and 111 vested members.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Podiatric Medical Examiners, Oklahoma State Board of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma Podiatric Medical Examiners Board is happy to welcome you to their new website. We hope you find much useful information. We are grateful to the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision for the support of this site.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Physician Manpower Training Commission, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Physician Manpower Training Commission is to enhance medical care in rural and underserved areas of the state by administering residency, internship and scholarship incentive programs that encourage medical and nursing personnel to practice in rural and underserved areas. Further, PMTC is to upgrade the availability of health care services by increasing the number of practicing physicians, nurses and physician assistants in rural and underserved areas of Oklahoma.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Physical Fitness and Sports, Oklahoma Governor's Council on

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The OGCPFS is your one-stop source of information about increasing physical activity in Oklahoma. The Council serves in an advisory capacity to the Governor and state leaders on issues related to physical activity. Its main purpose is to motivate all Oklahomans to become and stay physically active by promoting the benefits of physical activity through sports and fitness programs.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Pharmacy, Oklahoma Board of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Mission of the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy is to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Oklahoma by regulating and enforcing the laws regarding the practice of pharmacy and the manufacturing, sales, distribution and storage of drugs, medicines, chemicals and poisons.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Personnel Management, Oklahoma Office of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Oct, 2010

Description:

As of 1 Jan 2012,the Office of Personnel Management is now under the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES). OMES was created by House Bill 2140, Government Modernization Bill. This Bill consolidated several separate agencies into smaller divisions of OMES. Office of Personnel Management provides comprehensive human resource services to all state agencies and employees (excluding institutions of higher education), as well as information for individuals interested in state service careers. Whether you are currently Working for Oklahoma or interested in Working for Oklahoma, I believe you will find this website to be extremely useful for obtaining information about career opportunities, the employment process, training and development programs, Merit Rules and statutes, OPM publications, the State Employee Assistance Program (EAP), OPM and Governor's advisory entities, CORE Oklahoma PeopleSoft, and many other OPM service areas.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Perfusionists, Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Perfusionist is a highly trained member of the cardiothoracic surgical team whose main responsibility is to support the physiological and metabolic needs of the cardiac surgery patient.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Pension Commission, Oklahoma State

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

The Oklahoma State Pension Commission was formed to provide guidance to public officials, legislators and administrators in developing public retirement objectives and principles, identifying problems and areas of abuse, projecting costs of existing systems and modifications to those systems, and recommending pension reform programs.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Parole, Tennessee Board of (formerly the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole)

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Dec, 2006

Description:

Determines, monitors and assists offenders who may safely be supervised in the community as opposed to being incarcerated for the full tem of their sentence with the Tennessee Department of Correction.

Subject:   Government - US States Criminals - Tennessee Crime - Tennessee Parole boards - Tennessee

Pardon and Parole Board, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Pardon and Parole Board as a vital part of the criminal justice system is to determine the best possible decision, through a case-by-case investigative process and to protect the public while recommending the supervised released of adult felons. Although, in recent years the Board has been mandated to assist with alleviating prison overcrowding, it remains our goal to maintain a low revocation & recidivism rate for the State of Oklahoma.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Pacific - Fiji

Collected by: University of Hawaii

Archived since: Nov, 2008

Description:

Web resources for information about society, history, culture, science, statistics, and government of the Republic of Fiji. This collection includes Viti Levu, Vanua Levu, the Lau group, and Rotuma.

Subject:   Society & Culture Fiji Melanesia Oceania

Osteopathic Examiners, Oklahoma State Board of

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

To protect the public by regulating the practice of osteopathic medicine in the State of Oklahoma through education and licensing requirements and to ensure that each licensee practices osteopathic medicine within the provisions of the Osteopathic Medicine Act.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Optometry, Oklahoma Board of Examiners in

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Board of Examiners in Optometry is to protect the public by regulating the practice of Optometry in the state of Oklahoma through education and licensing, and to insure that optometrists practice within the provisions of the law.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Open Government, Tennessee

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Jul, 2010

Description:

Open Government promotes transparency in government via open government and public access to state spending data.

Subject:   Government Politics & Elections Transparency in government -- Tennessee.

Oklahoma Governor Elect Mary Fallin

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Nov, 2010

Description:

"My administration will bring together the most qualified individuals from the public and private sector, and that starts with the transition team," said Fallin. "Larry Nichols is one of the most innovative and successful executives in the business world, and Senator Glenn Coffee has an excellent record of leadership in the Oklahoma State Senate." Nichols and Coffee will also assist Fallin in the hiring process. The Republican Congresswoman defeated Democratic Lt. Governor Jari Askins in the November 2, 2010 election. She will be Oklahoma's first woman governor when she takes office in January.

Subject:   Government - US States Government Politics & Elections

Oklahoma Economic Development Authority (OEDA)

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

A Trust Authority of Local Governments Representing: Beaver, Cimarron, Dewey, Ellis, Harper, Texas, Woods, and Woodward counties.

Subject:   Government Government - Counties Government - US States

Oil and Gas Wells, Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

With the recent passage of Senate Bill 767, the duties of the Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells have been transferred to the Committee for Sustaining Oklahoma’s Energy Resources (SOER) under the authority of the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board (OERB). The Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells (MWC) was created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1992 with the following mandates: * To define and identify appropriate categories that may be used to characterize marginally producing oil and gas wells; * To research and collect information on the number, location, and operational conditions of marginally producing oil and gas wells in the State of Oklahoma; * To identify and evaluate the economic and operational factors that may extend the life of marginally producing oil and gas wells; * To propose legislative, regulatory and operational remedies that will extend the life of marginally producing oil and gas wells; * To collect data and make available to the public any information on the contributions of marginally producing oil and gas wells to the local economies of the State of Oklahoma; * To interact with national and regional organizations to ensure recognition of the importance of marginally producing oil and gas wells to the current and future domestic production of oil and gas; * To make an annual report to the Governor, the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on those methodologies and procedures that may aid in preserving the life of marginally producing oil and gas wells; * To investigate any additional issues that may have any effect on the preservation of marginally producing oil and gas wells; and * To promulgate rules to implement the provisions of this act.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Oil and Gas Compact Commission, Interstate, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

The Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission is a multi-state government agency that is passionate about advancing the quality of life for all Americans. However, without energy, the quality of life we enjoy today would not exist. That's why the Commission works to ensure our nation's oil and natural gas resources are conserved and maximized while protecting health, safety and the environment.

Subject:   Government Government - US States

Office of the President at Baylor

Collected by: Baylor University, The Texas Collection

Archived since: Jan, 2013

Description:

This collection documents the website for the Office of the President at Baylor University, as well as the site for Internal Audit and for Baylor's strategic vision adopted in 2012, Pro Futuris.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Starr, Kenneth, 1946- Baylor University--Internal Audit Baylor University--Office of the President Baylor University--Pro Futuris

Office of General Counsel at Baylor

Collected by: Baylor University, The Texas Collection

Archived since: Jan, 2013

Description:

This collection documents the Office of General Counsel (OGC) and its work to manage and supervise all legal affairs for the University. The General Counsel serves as the legal officer to the Board of Regents and the University. This office provides legal advice to the President, Board of Regents, faculty and administration on a broad array of legal issues and represents the University in all legal proceedings. The department of Risk Management is included in this collection.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Baylor University--Office of General Counsel Baylor University--Risk management Baylor University--Emergency information

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Collected by: Tennessee State Library and Archives

Archived since: Aug, 2007

Description:

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the Department of Energy’s largest science and energy laboratory. Managed since April 2000 by a partnership of the University of Tennessee and Battelle, ORNL was established in 1943 as a part of the secret Manhattan Project to pioneer a method for producing and separating plutonium. During the 1950s and 1960s, ORNL became an international center for the study of nuclear energy and related research in the physical and life sciences. With the creation of DOE in the 1970s, ORNL’s mission broadened to include a variety of energy technologies and strategies. Today the laboratory supports the nation with a peacetime science and technology mission that is just as important as, but very different from, its role during the Manhattan Project.

Subject:   Government - National National security - Tennessee Nuclear fusion - Tennessee Neutrons - Research - Tennessee

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