Membership Roster: of the Congressional Internet Caucus:
Source: Congressional Internet Caucus web site, NetCaucus.org
Founded in the spring of 1996, the Congressional Internet Caucus is a bipartisan group of over 150 members of the House and Senate working to educate their colleagues about the promise and potential of the Internet. The Caucus also encourages Members to utilize the Internet in communications with constituents and supports efforts to put more government documents online. The Internet Caucus Advisory Committee and the Internet Education Foundation host regular events and forums for policymakers, the press, and the public to discuss important Internet-related policy issues.
Membership in the Congressional Internet Caucus is open to any Member of Congress who pledges support for the following goals:
Promoting growth and advancement of the Internet
Providing a bicameral, bipartisan forum for Internet concerns to be raised
Promoting the education of Members of Congress and their staffs about the Internet
Promoting commerce and free flow of information on the Internet
Advancing the United States' world leadership in the digital world
Maximizing the openness of and participation in government by the people.
Headline: Promote internet via Congressional Internet Caucus