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RSS in Government - U.S. Federal Government

News about how RSS is being used by international, federal, state, and local governments

Published: 2004-12-06T16:33:54-07:00


Fresh Patents Served Weekly


You can search for newly published patent applications at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, but if you want the latest patent applications served to you by RSS syndication and email alerts, you'll need to visit Industry list RSS feeds filtered by USPTO class number are particularly valuable. The content is crawled and indexed by Google as well.

HubMed is PubMed on Steroids


If you're one who monitors the latest news about a drug or treatment, or if you're doing serious medical research, you'll absolutely love the assortment of alerts and exporting features provided by HubMed, an alternative search to the PubMed medical literature database.

RSS News Feeds From


The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Public Affairs now provides RSS feeds for top stories from the State Department homepage, daily press briefings, press releases, and remarks by Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Feds Offer Hurricane Alerts


The National Hurricane Center, a service of the National Weather Service, now provides RSS feeds with links to forecasts and maps. They currently offer three feeds, one in English and one in Spanish for Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico tropical cyclones, and one in English for Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones.

RSS Emergency Notifications and Alerts


Some efforts have been made by the federal government and states to create RSS feeds for emergency notifications and alerts. Much information is available on traditional websites, but surprisingly little is being syndicated. Independents outline how government and business can work together building RSS feeds to make our lifestyles and communities safer.

Senate Begins RSS Rollout


Senator Joseph Biden (D-Del.) is the first senator with a RSS news feed for press releases on his official website. Feeds for other senators will soon follow.

First Congressional RSS Feed


Here's one for the Guinness "Blog" of World Records. Rep. Julia Carson (D-Ind.) today becomes the first member of Congress with an official RSS news feed....

Syndicated U.S. Weather Alerts


The National Weather Service has initiated an experimental syndication of weather watches, warnings, and advisories. There is a national listing and one for each state and territory in three formats including RSS 2.0.

Navy Evaluating Blogging Software


Government Computer News reports that the Navy is building a business case for using weblogs for project management. Enterprise blogging software by Traction Software, Inc. called TeamPage was selected for evaluation for being one of the first weblog systems designed for business use.

New Court Opinion Feeds


Two new U.S. Supreme Court opinion feeds now join RSS feeds that have been available from the West Virginia Supreme Court and other courts.

News to come


In this site, we'll monitor creative uses of RSS to provide information to the public above government information and services....