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Nine agencies use Federalist to host over 100 sites with over 140,000 page views per day. This page shows a sample of our partners.
Federalist welcomes its newest client, GSA's Office of Government Wide Policy Councils Team
February 28, 2018
Vote.gov makes it easier for eligible voters to participate in our democratic process by providing streamlined information on how to vote. Visitors can register electronically in states that allow it, and download a printable application in multiple languages for those states where electronic registration isn't an option. Vote.gov was ranked as the #1 federal website in 2017 by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation for meeting basic standards in security, speed, mobile friendliness, and accessibility.
Department of the Interior
The Department of the Interior's Natural Resources Revenue site provides data about how the government manages federal energy and mineral resources, revenue, and disbursements. The website delivers valuable data to policy experts, while also ensuring the general public can follow along through an intuitive user interface and contextual information. This is an excellent example of how Federalist can be used to manage complex data sets and visualizations. You can learn more about their process on their blog.
The Department of Education uses Federalist to host College Scorecard, a website that provides users with important information on everything from financial aid to expected earnings. College Scorecard demonstrates the power of Federalist when used together with cloud.gov for a API-backed database. Federalist's cloud infrastructure helps manage site traffic during spikes in visitors, making sure College Scorecard is always available.
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. FedRAMP's choice to use Federalist for its main website speaks to the security and reliability of the Federalist infrastructure.