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Linking Policy

We include links to information created and maintained by third-parties. When you click a link to a website, the privacy and security policies of that website apply.

We choose links that align to our mission of making government work in a digital world. Also, if we have a formal relationship with organizations or businesses, we may link to their sites.

The inclusion of links isn’t intended to assign importance to those sites or to the information contained on those sites. Regardless of content that we link to from our sites or our social media accounts, we don’t endorse the content, operators, products, or services of such sites unless explicitly noted otherwise. We link to other websites solely for your convenience and education. We can’t assume any responsibility for the content, operation, or policies of other websites.

We won’t link to any website that exhibits hate, bias, or discrimination.

Linking to

We encourage and permit links to the content on our website. However, we’re an organization that’s committed to the highest ethics and standards, both in fact and appearance. Unless you’ve received our express written consent, the linking should not: (a) suggest that we promote or endorse any third party’s causes, ideas, political campaigns, websites, products, or services; nor (b) use our protected intellectual property (such as logo or copyrighted information); nor (c) use our content for commercial or fundraising purposes. We reserve the right to withdraw permission for any link at any time. Removal of links

You agree that, should we request the deletion of a link to that’s within your control, you’ll delete the link promptly. If you’d like us to remove a link to your website that’s included on, please Contact us via email at [email protected]. Note that unless you have a legal right to demand removal, such removal will be at our discretion.

Future changes

If we decide to change this policy, we’ll update the modification date below.

Updated: April 4, 2017

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