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Department of the Navy (w)
Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal Test Center (g);
Naval Oceanographic Office (g);
Naval Weapons Center, China Lake (g,w);
Office of Naval Research (g);
U.S. Marine Corps (w);
U.S. Marine Corps, Installations and Logistics (n)

National Research Council (n)

National Science Foundation (g,n,w)

Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission (g)

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (g,n)

Department of Energy (w)
Albuquerque Operations Office (g,w);
Bonneville Power Administration (new);
Chicago Operations Office (g,w);
Idaho Operations Office (g,w);
Los Alamos National Laboratory (g);
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (g);
Nevada Operations Office (g,n,w);
Oak Ridge Operations Office (g,w);
Office of Energy Research (g);
Procurement Operations Office (g);
Richland Operations Office (g,w);
San Francisco Operations (g);
Sandia National Laboratories (g,w);
Savannah River Operations Office (n,w);
United States Arms Control and Disarmament

Agency (g);
Western Area Power Administration (g,n,w)

Department of State
Agency for International Development (g,w);
International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S.

and Canada (n);
International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S.

and Mexico (n,w);
International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada (w)

Tennessee Valley Authority (n,w)

Veterans Administration (g,w)

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Department of the Interior
Bureau of Indian Affairs (g,n,w);
Bureau of Land Management (g,n,w);
Bureau of Mines (g,w);
Bureau of Reclamation (g,w);
Minerals Management Service (g,n,w);
National Park Service (g,w);

Environmental Protection Agency (w)
Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory (w);
Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (g);
Office of Administration and Resources Management

Office of Environmental Engineering and Technology

United Nations
United Nations Development Program (g,w);
World Meteorological Organization (w)

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As the Nation's principal conservation agency the Department of the Interior has responsibility for most of our nationally owned public lands and natural resources. This includes fostering the wisest use of our land and water resources, protecting our fish and wildlife, preserving the environmental and cultural values of our national parks and historical places, and providing for the enjoyment of life through outdoor recreation. The Department assesses our energy and mineral resources and works to assure that their development is in the best interest of all our people. The Department also has a major responsibility for American Indian reservation communities and for people who live in Island Territories under U.S. Administration.

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