Virtual Public Forum to Preview Updates to Congressional Website

Part of the job of administrators and trustees of public employee retirement systems is to keep up with legislation that could impact the benefits of their fund's active and retired members. The Library of Congress will hold a public forum next month to update the public on the latest improvements to, the official source for federal legislative information. 

The virtual public forum will be held from noon to 3 p.m. CST on Thursday, Sept. 2. Pension trustees and administrators, and anyone else interested in the site, will be able to hear about the latest enhancements and provide feedback. 

Click here to register. There is no charge to register for the virtual public forum. 

Technology specialists, legislative information experts, and data partners from across the legislative branch will overview the site's new content and discuss added functionality during the online event. The virtual public forum builds upon an event hosted by the Library of Congress in September 2020, according to a news release provides access to legislative information for members of Congress, legislative agencies and the public. Library of Congress hosts the site, which uses data from the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of the Secretary of the Senate, the Government Publishing Office, the Congressional Budget Office and the Congressional Research Service.

For more information about the Library of Congress, click here.


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