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GPO Builds New Online Repository for US Gov’t Publications

websiteThe Government Publishing Office has unveiled a beta website that offers a wide range of federal government reports and other documents for public access, Fedscoop reported Wednesday.

Grayson Ullman writes govinfo.gov will replace the agency’s online Federal Digital System portal by 2017 and contains more than 1.5 million electronic government publications such as the congressional records and bills, Federal Register notices and court opinions.

The new site is designed with a mobile interface that will work to help smartphone users view and share content from the repository, Ullman reports.

GPO said it will continue to operate FDsys alongside govinfo while the latter platform is in the beta phase and seeks public input to help the agency improve the new site’s features.

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