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A Congress.gov Interview with Zachary Long, User Experience Analyst

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Zachary Long, a user experience (UX) analyst in the Office of the Chief Information Officer here at the Library of Congress. Describe your background. I grew up in upstate New York and went to Syracuse University getting my BFA in communication design. I have worked in print design, web design, …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Fred Simonton, Information Technology Specialist

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Fred Simonton, an information technology specialist in the Office of the Chief Information Officer. Describe your background. Born in Vermont, I grew up in Hawaii, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and New York, surrounded by and participating in the arts with a decided preference for music and drawing. In my college years …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Juanita Campbell: 42 Years of Service

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following Congress.gov interview is a guest post by Kelly Yuzawa, a specialist in legislative information systems management within the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of the Library of Congress. Read the Congressional Tribute to Juanita Campbell. Briefly describe your 42 years at the Library of Congress and CRS. My 42 years at the Library of Congress have …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Kelly Yuzawa, Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Kelly Yuzawa is a specialist in legislative information systems management within the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of the Library of Congress.  Kelly works with Amy, who was interviewed last week, in CRS.  This continues our Congress.gov interview series that also included Meg, Rich, Barry, Rohit, Andy, Val, and Stephen. Describe your background. I grew up in California and Oregon. I was a Japanese/Asian Studies …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Amy Swantner, Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management

Posted by: Andrew Weber

This week’s interview is with Amy Swantner, specialist in legislative information systems management within the Congressional Research Service (CRS) of the Library of Congress.  Our Congress.gov interview series highlights some of the people who have contributed to the legislative information system (including Meg, Rich, Barry, Rohit, Andy, Val, and Stephen). Describe your background. I am an information professional with many years of …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Stephen Schneider, User Experience Team Lead

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Today’s interview is with Stephen Schneider, user experience team lead within the Office of Strategic Initiatives (OSI) Web Services of the Library of Congress. It continues our series of Congress.gov interviews designed to highlight the people who have contributed to the new system (including Meg, Rich, Barry, Rohit, Andy, and Val).  Describe your background. My background is a mash up of various …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Andy Mendelson, Head of the Legislative Analysis and Information Section

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Kimberly Ferguson, Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management in the Library of Congress.  Kimberly previous blogged about “Bills To Be Considered on the House Floor” Repository for In Custodia Legis. This week’s interview is with Andy Mendelson, a manager of legislative information at the Congressional Research Service (CRS). Andy’s contributions to Congress.gov …

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A Congress.gov Interview with Valerie Heitshusen, Analyst on Congress and the Legislative Process

Posted by: Andrew Weber

The following is a guest post by Kimberly Ferguson, Specialist in Legislative Information Systems Management in the Library of Congress.  Kimberly previously blogged about “Bills To Be Considered on the House Floor” Repository for In Custodia Legis. This week’s interview is with Val Heitshusen, a legislative process expert and educator in the Congressional Research Service (CRS). Val’s contributions to …