A new web site is hosting publicly accessible Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports.
The Washington Post quotes Antoine McGrath, who is collaborating with software programmers on the project, as saying that they scan about 100 sites for metadata in CRS studies and host those they find. The oldest one they have so far is from 1989.
I searched for several that I know of that were issued between 2003 and 2012 and was not able to find any before 2012.
- CRSreports.com. “The Internet’s largest free and public collection of Congressional Research Service Reports.”
- In the race to open Congress’s secretive think tank, a new trove of confidential research goes public By Lisa Rein, Washington Post (December 14, 2015).
- Hosted by Federation of American Scientists
- Hosted by University of North Texas
- Archive-it harvested collection of CRS reports collected from 26 sites around the ‘net.
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