Xcential Legislative Technologies

Xcential Legislative Technologies helps governments make digital laws and regulations. Their web-based software platform LegisPro allows governments to draft and manage mandates as data first. LegisPro is designed to replace legacy print-driven processes with connected information systems – saving you time and energy and making your drafting processes more efficient for users, and more transparent and accessible for the public.

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Version Control for Law: Tracking Changes in the U.S. Congress

When it comes to version control for legislative documents, the main questions to address are relatively straightforward. But it might surprise you to know that for many laws, particularly those that were recently changed, there is no current official version and no way to see a precise history of amendments over time. In the U.S. House of Representatives, Xcential has addressed these challenges.

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In December 2020, Xcential launched Data First, a monthly newsletter covering the modernization of lawmaking. The mission of Data First is to promote collaboration and the open exchange of information among users of standards-enabled legislative and regulatory drafting and comparison tools. We welcome you to the conversation