ICYMI: Javits bipartisanship celebration; Library of Congress data challenge; and the What Works Index

The 2017 Jacob K. Javits Prize for Bipartisan Leadership honorees have been announced. Read about them and RSVP for the November 7, Capitol Visitors Center event at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2017-jacob-k-javits-prize-for-bipartisan-leadership-tickets-38092243927

The Library of Congress is running a Congressional Data Challenge with a $5000 prize: “A variety of legislative data is available on the Congress.gov website (for some examples, see our LC for Robots page). We are sponsoring this legislative data challenge to advance the discovery, use, and exploration of the collection of legislative information the Library offers to the nation and the world through the website Congress.gov.” Read more at https://labs.loc.gov/experiments/congressionalchallenge/

And in case you missed it, Results4America’s “Federal Invest in What Works Index” was released last week. Check out agencies’ scores at https://2017.results4america.org/

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