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Description Description of Need On-line Legislative Congressional Reporting, Research, Tracking and Analysis Services
The contractor shall provide on-line legislative Congressional reporting, research, tracking, and analysis services for three users. System access shall be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. The contractor shall provide onsite training, as needed and advanced training.
The contractor will also provide training via telephone, video teleconferencing, or other electronic media during business hours. System access must be available through a web browser executable in a Windows NT PC-based operating environment. Telephone technical support must be available Monday - Friday,
(1) Full text of all Committee and Conference Reports from the current legislative session with links to the PDF version and searchable charts, including "camera-ready" charts for all budget and appropriation bills. Full text version must be searchable by
(2) Full text of all versions of bills in the current legislative session with ability to search by word or phrase, bill numbers, chamber, bill version date, date bill introduced, stage in legislative process, and date items added. Also provide the ability to identify sections containing specific key words or phrases for quick identification.
(3) Full text of all floor amendments for current legislative session plus the ability to highlight key words in the full text of amendments and show excerpts of amendment text containing keywords in e-mail alerts.
(4) Ability to quickly display bills that are being tracked in either a short view format (bill number, sponsor, last major action and next scheduled action) or a longer view format which includes complete history (sponsor, official title, introduction date, cosponsors, last major action, next scheduled action, latest news/analysis, scheduled floor action, link to bills, reports and amendments plus complete legislative chronology to specifically include citations to members' statements on bills in the Congressional Record, ability to view a bill's progress from a chart of major milestones on legislative history).
(5) Ability to review bills by scanning from a predetermined watch/alert list which provides updates on news articles, floor votes, new text versions and amendments and other key pieces of information related to the bill.
(6) Full text of all bills before
(7) Provide reports to include all aspects of all completed and upcoming House floor activity on legislation in the current legislative session, which includes: (a) list of amendments expected to be offered that day on House floor, (b) summary of key legislation which includes background information on issue prior to floor debate, (c) summary of changes agreed to on House floor and (d) changes made in conference summarized and published prior to release of conference report.
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