December 1, 2015

Reference: List of Government URLs That Do Not End in .Gov or .Mil Crawled by

These lists might be of interest to both developers and searchers.


As the U.S. government’s official web portal, we search across all federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government websites. Most government websites end in .gov or .mil, but many end in .com, .org, .edu, or other top-level domains.

This GitHub page offers details about what is and is not included on the list

Direct to Lists via GitHub:

  1. List of URLs in Alphabetical Order (via GitHub)
  2. List of URLs Organized Hierarchically (via GitHub)

The GitHub lists will be updated quarterly.

We also recommend taking a look at this interactive/thesaurus version of the list.

Also Available:  Federal Executive Agency Internet Domains (via

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