If you're seeing this message, you're looking at the U.S. Department of Commerce's brand new Commerce.gov website.
Our new site has a few things in common with our old site -- it's the central clearing house for the latest information about everything that's happening at the U.S. Department of Commerce. Just like the old site, it has top news, easy access to press releases and background information about the Department.
That said, this site has a number of new tools and features that we hope you'll find useful. For example, the main source for information on this site is The Commerce Blog, and like most blogs, it allows you to respond to each individual story using comments and subscribe to updates using your favorite RSS reader.
Interested in seeing older commerce.gov content? Our new site contains every news item that's been released by the Commerce Department after January 20, 2009 -- all you need to do is use the search tool in the menu bar above. If you'd like to look back even further, just visit the archived version of the old site located at 2001-2009.commerce.gov.
In the weeks and months ahead, we'll continue upgrading and improving this site. If you're having any problems, think we could do something better or have an idea for this site, please don't hesitate to email it to webmaster[at]doc[dot]gov. While we may not be able to respond to every message, know that every message will be read and considered.
So, take a look, enjoy and thanks for visiting.
All the best,
T. Neil Sroka is the Director of New Media for the U.S. Department of Commerce