Get information from federal agencies on how they're responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
Benefits and Grants
Appalachian Regional Commission resources and support for Appalachia's communities.
Department of Defense Office of Financial Readiness offers resources for military families.
Department of Justice’s September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (VCF) information about the impact of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) on VCF Operations.
Health Resources and Services Administration has information for grantees and health care providers.
Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) information for IMLS grant applications and awardees.
Inter-American Foundation shares guidance to grantee partners.
National Endowment for the Arts accepted applications for funding from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
National Institutes of Health information for NIH applicants and recipients of NIH funding.
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation gives guidance for workers, retirees, and beneficiaries.
Railroad Retirement Board shares information on unemployment and sickness benefit flexibilities.
Social Security Administration answers questions about Social Security benefits and office closures.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration gives information for grant recipients.
U.S. Department of Commerce announced $1.5 Billion in CARES Act funds for communities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. The Economic Development Administration’s CARES Act Recovery Assistance provides a wide range of financial assistance to communities and regions as they respond to and recover from the impacts of the pandemic.
Department of the Treasury is supporting American workers and businesses.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission protects workers against workplace discrimination.
Export-Import Bank supports the U.S. exporting community.
Farm Credit Administration urges lenders to work with borrowers affected by COVID-19.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is working with banks and consumers to respond to coronavirus and explains how to open a bank account online.
Federal Reserve System shares updates for lenders.
Financial Crimes Enforcement Network reminds financial institutions to remain alert, and report concerns, and alerts financial institutions to rising medical scams.
Government Publishing Office business operations during the pandemic.
Maritime Administration has updates for the maritime industry.
National Credit Union Administration has guidance for federally insured credit unions and their members.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is working with banks and customers to manage the impact of the outbreak and has FAQs for bank customers.
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shares resources for farmers and ranchers.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office notices and facility status.
Federal Communications Commission is working to ensure that Americans stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic. The FCC’s Emergency Broadband Benefit Program provides a temporary discount on monthly broadband bills for qualifying low-income households, and the COVID-19 Telehealth Program provides funding to health care providers to provide telehealth and connected care services to patients at their homes or mobile locations.
General Services Administration has tips for making agency communications accessible to everyone.
U.S. Agency for Global Media is covering the coronavirus pandemic.
Department of Justice Immigration Courts Operation Status.
Merit Systems Protections Board strongly encourages e-filing and has posted guidance and updates.
Department of Education issues information for schools.
Federal Student Aid has information for students, borrowers, and parents.
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy gives academy operating status.
Federal Building Status Updates and National Parks
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation posts workforce status, and updates on the status review process.
Army Corps of Engineers status of recreation areas.
Bureau of Land Management status of public lands.
Defense Acquisition University updates facility and class status.
Department of Defense gives facility status for the National Capital Region.
Fish and Wildlife Service status of refuges and hatcheries.
Forest Service posts the status of National Forests and guidance on social distancing outdoors.
General Services Administration offers advice for federal tenant agencies and lessors.
Legacy Management (Department of Energy) information on visitor center closings.
Library of Congress status of buildings, public programs, and public tours.
National Archives posts the status of National Archive facilities.
National Capital Planning Commission offers office closure information and online services.
National Finance Center shares its operating status and tools to help agencies implement new leave codes for employee absences due to COVID-19.
National Park Service updates the status of National Parks.
National Science Foundation shares updates on facilities, meetings, and the grant submission process.
Tennessee Valley Authority shares updates on facilities and campgrounds.
U.S. Agency for International Development operating status of domestic facilities.
U.S. Copyright Office gives facility status and changed deadlines for registrations and notices of termination.
U.S. Northern Command issues status updates.
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office notices and facility status.
Chief Human Capital Officers Council advises Chief Human Capital Officers, HR Directors and Heads of Agencies.
Defense Acquisition University acquisition guidance and resources.
Office of Personnel Management posts information for Federal agencies and employees, and details open opportunities for federal employees to support COVID-19 response.
U.S. Postal Service is taking steps to protect customers and employees.
Get a list of the federal agencies responding to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Health and Safety
Administration for Children and Families has program information for children, families, and communities.
Administration for Community Living offers information for older adults, and people with disabilities.
Army Public Health Center guidance for Army members and their families.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is studying the virus worldwide and helping communities respond locally. Check the CDC’s Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) page for news and guidance.
Consumer Product Safety Commission offers home safety advice.
Corporation for National and Community Service gives guidance for volunteers and programs.
Defense Commissary Agency is ensuring the quality and safety of food available at commissaries worldwide.
Department of Defense supports the government response and is working to protect the health of the military.
Department of Energy is researching COVID-19 at the National Labs.
Department of Health and Human Services shares news releases.
Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) is developing new medical treatments and published their medical countermeasures portfolio.
Department of Homeland Security is facilitating a whole-of-government response in confronting COVID-19, keeping Americans safe, and helping detect and slow the spread of the virus.
Department of Labor has information for employers and workers on preparing workplaces and responding to COVID-19 in the workplace.
Department of the Interior guidance for firefighters and managers.
Department of Veterans Affairs is caring for veterans.
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) information and guidance for handling and reporting on controlled substances and listed chemicals.
Environmental Protection Agency has information about disinfectants that can kill COVID-19 and facts about water safety.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) warns of an increase in child abuse due to school closures and offers tips on what you can do to protect children and report abuse.
Federal Emergency Management Agency protecting the health and safety of Americans.
Food and Drug Administration is working with the medical industry to develop vaccines, drugs, and diagnostic tests. For healthcare professionals, they offer FAQs about diagnostic testing.
Indian Health Service is coordinating the public health response for American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Military Community and Family Policy offers advice and information for the military community.
Military Health System health advice and travel restrictions for members of the military.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration has tips for isolation and educational activities.
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences has virtual safety training for frontline responders.
National Institutes of Health are researching COVID-19 treatments and a vaccine.
National Institute on Drug Abuse has advice for people with substance use disorders.
Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center gives guidance for healthcare providers.
Occupational Health and Safety Administration guidance for workers and employers.
U.S. Fire Administration offers infection control guidance for first responders.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) issues guidance for public housing authorities, landlords, shelters, non-profits, grantees, and stakeholders.
Department of State is working with international governments to combat COVID-19 and has also issued travel advisories.
U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is providing funding to international organizations to combat COVID-19.
Money and Taxes
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has advice for managing the personal financial impact of coronavirus.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers the Get My Payment page to help you track your American Rescue Plan stimulus check. It also shows you what to do if you were eligible for but didn't receive the first two Economic Impact Payments.
Office of Workers' Compensation Programs supports workers during the pandemic.
- The IRS offers information about the Child Tax Credit, which was expanded under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Learn about the monthly payments that will be sent out in 2021 for families with qualifying children and find out if you're eligible.
Scams and Fraud
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has tips to avoid scams related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and identifies critical infrastructure during COVID-19.
Department of Health and Human Services warns about Medicare and COVID-19 testing and treatment scams.
Department of Justice is investigating and prosecuting coronavirus scams and fraud.
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeing a rise in coronavirus scams, including fake emails from the CDC, and fraudulent testing and medical equipment, like face masks.
Federal Communications Commission features a coronavirus scams consumer resources page warning about a variety of COVID-19 scams. You can also see and hear samples of coronavirus scam messages.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has COVID-19 shares scam information and is taking action against companies marketing fraudulent COVID-19 treatments.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation warns consumers about potential scams.
Social Security Administration warns Americans about fraudulent letters threatening the suspension of Social Security benefits.
Treasury Inspector General warns against coronavirus-related tax fraud.
U.S. Agency for International Development Office of Inspector General oversight of agency programs and activities focused on COVID-19.
Travel, Immigration, and Transportation
Customs and Border Patrol issues travel and trade advisories.
Department of State has advisories for international travelers.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) offers guidance for air travelers.
Federal Transit Administration (FTA) gives guidance to transit agencies.
Transportation Security Administration changes to airport security screening procedures and a map of where TSA agents have tested positive for COVID-19.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) has information about office closings, appointments, and events.
Voting and Elections
U.S. Election Assistance Commission has information for election officials and voters on voting safely.
Visit your state’s election office website for state-wide voting guidance.