Author. "Title of Specific Page." Title of Website, Publisher, date of publication, url.
Sheldon, Kathryn. “Brief History of Black Women in the Military.” The Women’s Memorial, Women’s Memorial Foundation, 2017, www.womensmemorial.org/history-of-black-women.
Torpey, Elka. “Earning Green by Working Green: Wages and Outlook in Careers Protecting the Planet.” Career Outlook, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2019, www.bls.gov/careeroutlook/2019/article/careers-protecting-the-planet.htm.
According to the MLA Handbook (2.1.3 Corporate Authors), when an organization such as a government agency is both the author and the publisher, start your citation with the work's title and list the government agency as the publisher.
So let's say I want to cite this Centers for Disease Control (CDC) resource: https://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/index.html
Title of Web Site. Publisher, Publication date, URL [remove the http://].
American Nurses Association. American Nurses Association, 2016, nursingworld.org.
According to the American Nurses Association, "this is a citation".
"This is a citation" (American Nurses Association).
MLA does NOT require that you include a date of access; however, if your instructor asks you to include an access date, place the access date at the end of the entry: