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gov

(networking)
The top-level domain for US government bodies.
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.gov

(.GOVernment) A top-level Internet domain name used by local, state and federal government agencies in the U.S. For example, the website for the federal Department of Homeland Security is www.dhs.gov. The websites for the states of Maryland and Colorado are www.maryland.gov and www.colorado.gov. The website for the city of Philadelphia is www.phila.gov. See Internet domain name.

GovNet

(GOVernment NETwork) A proposed private Internet for exclusive U.S. government use that was announced in 2001 but never made it to fruition. The goal of a secure, virus-free network for ultra-sensitive communications remains paramount in other ongoing government initiatives.
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As of press time, Gov. Deval Patrick's appointment of a new commissioner was pending.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D) came into office in 2002 as a national Democratic star but now finds herself in jeopardy as she prepares to run for a second term.
Gov. Romney, who took over at the helm of the Salt Lake City Organizing Committee after the group had been rocked by scandal and running up large deficits, said, "The single most important thing (in a successful bid) is the field of play and quality of experience for the athletes," citing the need for state-of-the-art venues and a world class Olympic Village.
Outspoken Tokyo Gov. Shintaro Ishihara placed fifth with 73.0%, Miyagi Gov.
Pseudo-conservatives like Gov. James and the Religious Right are giving the philosophy of conservatism a bad rap.
In October, Gov. Schwarzenegger signed AB 115, which conforms California personal income and corporate tax law to federal law for taxable years beginning after 2004.