Benefits.gov celebrates 18 years of citizen service.
This spring, Benefits.gov celebrates 18 years of citizen service. As one of the longest-serving E-Government initiatives, Benefits.gov was launched in April 2002 – creating the official benefits website for the U.S. government. Our mission is to increase citizen access to benefit information while reducing the difficulty of interacting with the government. Read about recent updates to the Benefits.gov Program and how we can help you in our new article, “Celebrating 18 Years of Citizen Service.“
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