- Benefits.gov Posters
- Benefits.gov Poster
- Benefits.gov Fact Sheets
- Information on how Benefits.gov can help specific segments of our user population can be found within the following fact sheets.
- A Progress Report to Citizens – December 2008 – A chronicle of the first seven years of Benefits.gov.
Welcome, Benefits.gov Partners!
As a Benefits.gov Partner, you play a critical role in the success of this essential, citizen-serving initiative. Benefits.gov partners participate in the program's governance, provide benefit program content for the websites, and provide the funding necessary to accomplish the annual performance plans in support of the Benefits.gov mission. This page exists to inform and support you in your role as a Benefits.gov Partner.A Benefits.gov Partner is routinely asked to communicate about the initiative in various contexts to a variety of audiences, including agency leadership as well as subject matter experts, who provide benefit content for the program's websites. On this page, you will find a compilation of resources and downloadable documents to help enable effective and efficient communication with these audiences.
Communicating Benefits.gov Value
Benefits.gov Governance Materials
Benefits.gov Website Content Management
Interested In Becoming a Partner?
The Benefits.gov mission is to reduce the expense and difficulty of interacting with the government while increasing citizen access to government benefit information. This means that, in addition to enabling easy access, we are also committed to increasing the range and quantity of benefit information we provide to the public. Therefore, we welcome new partners.
We define a Partner to be a Federal, State or Local government organization that makes benefit program information available to the public on the Benefits.gov website.
If your organization is interested in becoming a Benefits.gov Partner, please contact us via the Benefits.gov Partners Contact page.
The following resources are available to assist our current and future Partners:
Interested In Linking to Benefits.gov?
To make it easier for your users to access our benefit information, we encourage you to place our link in a highly visible location, such as in your footer, on your home page, or in your "links" or "other resources" pages. To read more about Benefits.gov's agreement to exchange data, links, and benefit information, download the Benefits.gov Affiliate Policy. Again, thank you for supporting the Benefits.gov mission.Link To Us