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Whether you are a builder, homeowner, realtor, planner, historic preservationist, city or county planning,  or otherwise involved in the construction industry, housing and development, or renovating or restoring properties and areas recovering from floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes or other natural disasters, you will value this collection of publications with the latest codes, best practices and advice.

Are you looking for resources about retirement and end of career decisions?  This official collection of Government resources will provide you with information about retirement, such as specific Federal employee retirement guidance within the CSRS program or FERS program.   If you are in commercial industry or a business professional, and considering retirement, these other resources, such as What You Need to Know About Retirement  and its' Spanish companion, Lo Que Usted Debe Saber Sobre Su Plan de Jubilacion may be able to provide you with guidance about your end-of-career decision. 

These references highlight safety, road pavement conditions, statistical usage information, best practices for road related construction such as bridge inspections. Federal, state, and municipal government transportation officials and analysts as well as road construction and accident response crews may be interested in these resources. 

Discover resources about U.S. highways and roads to include regulations for motor carriers, automobile vehicles, statistics, and transit travel options from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).

Rural Cooperatives is USDA Rural Development's bi-monthly magazine contains articles and news items relevant to agricultural and non-agricultural cooperatives. The November/December issues contain an index referencing the articles that appeared in that year's issues.

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