Congress.gov Notifications Announcing a Congress.gov Virtual Public Forum on September 10th!

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Congress.gov Notifications Announcing a Congress.gov Virtual Public Forum on September 10th!,

Are you a Congress.gov user? Would you like to hear what we have been working on and share your thoughts on Congress.gov?

Then sign up for our Congress.gov Virtual Public Forum.

This online event is scheduled for September 10, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. – noon EDT.

During the public forum, Robert Brammer will provide a recap of the enhancements made to Congress.gov over the last year. Andrew Weber will cover what we are currently working on and initial priorities for the future. We will also have a panel of our data partners, including from the HouseSenate and Government Publishing Office that will discuss the data modernization occurring across Capitol Hill and the importance of data standards. Fred Simonton will provide an overview of a new survey for you to share your feedback for Congress.gov. There will also be a question and answer period to discuss enhancements and prioritization. Congress.gov is a user-centered website: we develop new features based on feedback that we collect from a variety of sources such as webinars, comments on this blog, and the feedback link on the site.

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Are you a Congress.gov user? Would you like to hear what we have been working on and share your thoughts on Congress.gov?

Then sign up for our Congress.gov Virtual Public Forum.

This online event is scheduled for September 10, 2020, from 10:00 a.m. – noon EDT.

During the public forum, Robert Brammer will provide a recap of the enhancements made to Congress.gov over the last year. Andrew Weber will cover what we are currently working on and initial priorities for the future. We will also have a panel of our data partners, including from the HouseSenate and Government Publishing Office that will discuss the data modernization occurring across Capitol Hill and the importance of data standards. Fred Simonton will provide an overview of a new survey for you to share your feedback for Congress.gov. There will also be a question and answer period to discuss enhancements and prioritization. Congress.gov is a user-centered website: we develop new features based on feedback that we collect from a variety of sources such as webinars, comments on this blog, and the feedback link on the site.

 

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Danny Skelly for US Senate in the State of Colorado.
I will legislate using common sense and facts not emotional knee jerk reactions and mob rule at the moment.

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Danny Skelly For US Senate Colorado

Danny Skelly for US Senate in the State of Colorado. I will legislate using common sense and facts not emotional knee jerk reactions and mob rule at the moment.

https://dannyskelly.com