With the agency’s 100th anniversary just around the corner, we’re giving the public an updated FTC.gov. The revised site provides better access to information about us and our efforts to protect consumers and promote competition.
When we designed the site, we listened to advice from lots of regular people, as well as experts in the competition and consumer protection communities. The result? An overhauled FTC.gov that is more powerful, easy to use and attractive.
On the site, you can:
- Navigate easily with a phone or tablet – the site responds to your device’s screen size.
- Sort FTC cases, early termination notices, advocacy filings, and other documents by date, by type and more.
- Browse a calendar of public events.
- Subscribe to get emails with “featured” content, like the latest scam alerts and blog posts from FTC officials.
- Review every job opening in one place, fed directly from USAJOBS.
- Find biographical information and select publications by FTC economists.
- Report fraud or other consumer problems with the new and improved Complaint Assistant.
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