The Internet Association unveiled a new website which will let users comment on proposed legislation. The association plans to upload legislative documents to their new website for its users to read and interact with. The association’s goal is to gather substantive feedback on relevant legislation to show to members of Congress. Key topics the website will address include protecting Internet freedom, copyright, privacy, cyber-security, and fostering economic growth and innovation. Details: www.internetassociation.org/action-center
The Air Force Association (AFA) also recently launched a revamped website. AFA.org underwent a complete overhaul in order to give its users a more interactive and intuitive experience. The new site also provides a new and improved resource area for AFA members and leaders. Details: www.afa.org
GuideStar announced major changes to the GuideStar Exchange, which encourages nonprofit transparency on a national scale and allows nonprofits to supplement the public information that is available from the IRS. The program is now made up of bronze, silver, and gold participation levels that reward nonprofits based on the amount of information they share with the public via GuideStar, rather than an all-or-nothing Seal program. The GuideStar Exchange is free, open to nonprofits of all sizes, and is designed to connect nonprofits with donors, funders, and other stakeholders through information sharing. Details: www.guidestar.org.