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General Policy and Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources

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Agriculture Dept. (USDA), Office of the Chief Economist, Energy Policy and New Uses,South Bldg., 12th and Jefferson Dr. S.W., #4407, 20250; (202) 401-0461. Harry Baumes, Director.

General email, hbaumes@oce.usda.gov

Web, www.usda.gov/oce/energy/index.htm

Develops and coordinates department energy policy, programs, and strategies focusing on renewable energy policy and evaluation, particularly as it relates to biofuels and feedstocks.

Energy Dept. (DOE),1000 Independence Ave. S.W., #7A257, 20585; (202) 586-6210. Fax, (202) 586-4403. Rick Perry, Secretary. Locator, (202) 586-5000. Press, (202) 586-4940. TTY, (800) 877-8339.

General email, thesecretary@hq.doe.gov

Web, www.energy.gov

Decides major energy policy issues and acts as principal adviser to the president on energy matters, including strategic reserves and nuclear power; acts as principal spokesperson for the department.

Energy Dept. (DOE), Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA-E),1000 Independence Ave. S.W., ...

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