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Congress.gov Included as an Honoree for The Webby Awards Best Practices

The hard work put in by the great Congress.gov team continues to pay off. The Webby Awards, which honor the best of the web, included Congress.gov as an honoree in the best practices for the web category.

Voting is going on now for the five finalists in the Best Practices category:

Congress.gov was previously listed on GovLoop’s list of 20 Innovations that Mattered in 2013.

We launched Congress.gov at the Library of Congress just over a year and a half ago and continue to make regular enhancements to it.  The most recent was in February when we added advanced search, browse, appropriations tables and more to it.  Our next update is scheduled for this summer.

Congress.gov would not be possible without collaboration across the legislative branch including: the U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and the Government Printing Office (GPO).

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