USA.gov video contest

USA.gov video contest

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Hey, the folks in Washington are trying new ways to better serve the public and to get the word out about that.

The latest effort is a project at USA.gov, which is their very first video contest which opens tomorrow, February 22nd and runs through April second.

The winner of the contest will get $2500.

They're asking people to submit 30- to 90-second videos showing how they used  USA.gov to find and use government information to make their lives easier.

Videos can address just about anything. Maybe someone found information on getting a passport, maybe how to apply for college loans or grants.

All contest rules and information are available at USA.gov/contest.

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