Mobile App Reviews: Congressional Record Mobile App

The Library of Congress launched the Congressional Record mobile app in January of 2012 and instantly provided a simple and effective way for the public to remain updated on what happens in the United States Congress. The app has a sleek and well-designed layout that’s relatively easy to use.

Mobile App Reviews: House & Senate Member Guide App

The House and Senate Member Guide App, available through the Government Printing Office, serves as a guide which provides information on every member of the 113th Congress. It includes a picture on each member and information on their Party Affiliation, Hometown, Birth Date, Place of Birth, Bio, District, and Term Count.

E-Government Tool Reviews: American FactFinder

The American FactFinder website, maintained by the U.S. Census Bureau, “is the primary way to access data” from more than 100 annual surveys and censuses. There are four main avenues for discovering Census information on the American FactFinder website: Community Facts, Guided Search, Advanced Search, and the Download Center.

You also have access to government information librarians through the Government Information Online (GIO) virtual Ask A Librarian service.  These librarians are experts at finding information from government agencies of all levels (local, state, regional, national international) on almost any subject.


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