Blogs @ U.S. Embassy London
The U.S. Embassy London currently offers these blogs of varying activity.
American Citizen Services
As the number of subscribers to our e-newsletter has increased, we've been looking for newer ways to harness technology to help us communicate more effectively with the public. We're very excited about replacing our monthly e-newsletter with our new blog for American Citizens Services.
Have a question? Use the categories (at the top of the page) or the tags (on the
left column) to find your answer. Check back often as updates will be posted regularly!
Environment, Science & Technology
Our Environment, Science & Technology blog is hosted by Environment Officer Jock Whittlesey of the Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Unit.
Jock's first post introduces himself and his blog, or go directly to his most recent post.
Visit our Visa Section's blog!
Our sister site, America.gov, hosts blogs moderated by IIP staff, and features regular contributions from democracy advocates as well as occasional high-profile "guest bloggers." They offer an interactive forum that gives readers around the world a place to share their views and to join in conversation with U.S. and other experts on current events and topics of global interest.
All blogs reside on http://blogs.america.gov .
Executive Branch blog roll
Department of State: Dipnote
Provides information on U.S. foreign policy and the opportunity to discuss foreign policy issues with top officials.
Department of Transportation: Fastlane
Officials engage with those interested in the nationís transportation system.
Department of Homeland Security: Leadership Journal
Provides a forum to talk about the work involved in protecting the American people and building an effective emergency preparedness and response capability.
Environmental Protection Agency: Greenversations
Agency employees write about their experiences trying to improve the environment.
Office of Management and Budget: OMB Blog
Provides the latest information on the White Houseís budget initiatives.