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ONDCP offers you a number of ways to stay informed about drug policy issues as well as to interact with your colleagues.

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Parenting Tips Newsletter
This newsletter offers biweekly e-mail notification with parenting tips and strategies to help keep your teenager healthy and drug-free.

The Anti-Drug Update
The Anti-Drug Update, sent via e-mail, is your source for the latest news, teaching materials, and partnership opportunities.

JUSTINFO
JUSTINFO is a biweekly electronic newsletter containing information about publications, events, funding and training opportunities, and Web-based resources available from the National Criminal Justice Reference Service’s Federal sponsors, including ONDCP.

News from ONDCP
In partnership with the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, ONDCP provides you with the ability to register for updates about new publications, grants and funding opportunities, and other news and announcements.

Real Simple Syndication (RSS)

ONDCP
Subscribe to the ONDCP RSS feed to stay informed about the latest resources and press releases announced in the What's New section of the ONDCP home page. You can also use the ONDCP RSS feed to easily add news headlines to your own blog or Web site.

PushingBack.com
ONDCP frequently updates this journal with commentary, news, and links showcasing how pushing back against illegal drug use makes a difference. Subscribe to updates via RSS.

The Drug Prevention News Wire
Use the ONDCP Drug Prevention News Wire RSS feed to easily add drug prevention news headlines to your own blog or Web site.

MethResources.Gov
The MethResources.gov RSS feed provides subscribers with a means to stay informed about the methamphetamine problem. By subscribing to this RSS feed you will receive links and descriptions of the most recent updates to this site. You can also use the MethResources.gov RSS Wire to easily add methamphetamine news headlines to your own blog or Web site.

Mobile Content

ONDCP’s Mobile Web
You can access the most newsworthy sections of the ONDCP Web site from handheld computers and Internet-enabled wireless phones.

Podcast

ONDCP Podcast
ONDCP's podcasts deliver speeches, events, interviews, and the latest information regarding national efforts to reduce drug use in America direct to your computer or portable media player. Subscribe to updates via RSS.

Community

The ONDCP Community Prevention Listserv
This discussion e-mail list was created for Drug-Free Communities grant recipients and other community prevention practitioners. It is a forum to share ideas, ask questions, and help create a shared sense of mission in the fight against drug abuse.

The DiscussMeth Web Forum
This Web forum is a dedicated space for the exchange of information and resources; asking questions; and helping create a shared sense of mission in the fight against meth.

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FAIR Act

Pursuant to the Federal Activities Inventory Reform (FAIR) Act, be advised that the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) does not perform any commercial activities by in-house employees. more

Information Quality Guidelines

The Office of National Drug Control Policy publishes these guidelines in accordance with the Guidelines for Ensuring and Maximizing the Quality, Objectivity, Utility, and Integrity of Information Disseminated by Federal Agencies (Government-wide guidelines) published in interim final form by OMB in the Federal Register in Volume 66, No. 189 at 49718 on Friday, September 28, 2001, and in final form in Volume 2, No. 67 at 8452 on February 22, 2002.

Guide to Unsolicited Proposals

ONDCP strongly encourages potential offerors to participate in the preliminary process before expending time or money preparing an Unsolicited Proposal.

Ethics Policies

Public Financial Disclosure (SF278) Process
Process For Confidential Financial Disclosure Report Filers

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