This online advertising guide for the services industry features a discussion of business and consumer services and includes links to various service-oriented websites.
LSC, created by Congress in 1974, is charged with providing equal access to justice for all Americans. It strives to provide low-income Americans with high-quality civil legal assistance. It also provides grants to local legal services organizations. On the website, users can find LSC program information and learn where to obtain legal aid in each State. Current news from the Office and success story links are included on the site.
The USCIS became a part of the Department of Homeland Security in 2003. USCIS is responsible for the administration of immigration and naturalization functions. On the website, users can find out about visiting and working in the U.S. temporarily, citizenship, green cards, and information for employers. Users can also check on the status of their cases. New rules and other news also on the site.
The Federal Reserve provides certain financial services to member banks and to the federal government. These services include payment systems solutions as well as currency distribution operations.
The DHHS is the government's chief agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential services. There are more than 300 programs, such as Head Start, Assuring Food and Drug Safety, and Health and Social Science Research. Descriptions of all the programs and information about grants, aging, disasters and much more available on the website.
The GSA, formed in 1947 under President Truman, has the mission of helping federal agencies by offering superior workplaces, expert solutions, acquisitions services, and management policies. It employs around 13,000 people. The website thoroughly describes all of its services and products, including information about bidding on government contracts, property disposal, a forms section, and more.
Invision Power Services produces and sells software for businesses and communities. Its products include IP Board, bulletin board software; IP Blog which plugs into IP Board; IP Downloads, a comprehensive download manager which integrates with IP Board; and IP Gallery, for picture-hosting needs. Learn about these products, companies who use them, and how to purchase them.
Browse this auto engine services directory to find automotive engine service and repair facilities throughout the USA. The photograph on this page depicts yellow automobile engine fluid fill caps.
This online advertising guide for the business to business market features a discussion of the business purchasing process plus selected business-related website links.
Companies use payroll processing to calculate gross pay, taxes, voluntary deductions, and net pay for their employees. They may use specialized software to calculate payroll internally or via a payroll service.
Alcatel-Lucent, a merger of a French and an American company, is a producer of telecom solutions for businesses, governments, and service providers. It manufacturers both hardware and software and provides telecommunications services. The website describes the company, the products, and the services provided and how to obtain them.
This is the website for AT&T, which offers a wide range of telecom products for residences and businesses. The company also provides the AT&T Yellow Pages for finding addresses and phone numbers of businesses. Users can manage their own accounts online through this site.
Recently acquired by AT&T, BellSouth provides residential business, Internet, wireless, and digital TV services. The website describes all of its services and provides places to sign up for them. Once connected to BellSouth, users can pay their bills online.
Capital One, established in 1995 and headquartered in McLean, Virginia, is a diversified financial services company offering a broad array of credit, savings, and loan products. They offer credit cards, auto loans, direct banking, home loans, healthcare finance, personal loans, small business and commercial services and more. The website provides detailed information about each product.
Equifax was founded in 1899 as Retail Credit Company. Its main purpose was to provide credit information to businesses. This remains its primary function though it offers other services to individuals, such as credit reports and repair, and to businesses with services such as debt recovery, account management, and data breach services. There are Equifax locations in 13 countries.
The Company Corporation, founded in 1899 in Delaware, helps small businesses incorporate and form LLCs (Limited Liability Companies). Besides these services, the website offers lots of information that small businesses need such as a glossary of common terminology, registering a company name, tax services, and much more. Users can subscribe to a free quarterly Business Builder enewsletter.
Intelius, founded in 2003, is an information commerce company. They provide consumers and businesses with information that will help them make decisions. Intelius offers people searches, background checks, and other types of information while, at the same time, maintaining security and privacy. Intelius is active in a number of philanthropic efforts including scholarships and United Way.
MasterCard is a credit card company or, as it calls itself, an electronic payment industry. The company, founded in 1966, offers credit cards, debit cards, and prepaid cards to consumers and provides commercial payment programs for businesses of all sizes. On the website, users can find out about all the MasterCard products. There is also a Learning Center where users can learn about credit and debt.
PhoneSpell was created in 1995 to create a mnemonic device for remembering and having fun with a phone number. It is useful, fun, free, and easy to use. The user enters his/her phone number and the software generates a list of the words that this number spells.
The following articles provide recent services-related news.
The outcome of the midterm elections stands to recast debate on topics ranging from regulatory relief to the GSEs and the CFPB. Inside, a look at how the direction of financial services policy could alter under the newly divided Congress.
American Banker. Saturday, 15 Dec 2018 14:16:03 GMT.