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GSA's 18F Creates to Assist Campus Sexual Assault Victims

May 6, 2014

NotAlone.Gov is Part of the Obama Administration’s Efforts to Protect Victims

WASHINGTON -- Vice President Joe Biden recently unveiled as part of the Obama Administration’s commitment to combating sexual assault on our nation’s campuses. The new website, delivered by the U.S. General Services Administration's 18F, provides information for students and schools interested in finding resources on how to respond to and prevent sexual assault on college campuses. The site also illustrates enforcement actions the Administration has taken in schools across the country.

Site users will be able to:

  • Read the first report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault
  • Easily find reports, documents, and resources on sexual assault on college campuses
  • Locate services and resources in the area for crisis support
  • Access information on Title IX rights and information on school responsibility
  • Learn how to file a complaint against a school or university
  • Use a school-by-school enforcement map

Vice President Biden acknowledged GSA’s 18F team for delivering the site: “I want to give a very quick shout-out to the people who put this together. The Presidential Innovation Fellows, and a dedicated team of the General Services Administration did a great job. They also have a website that you can go to, which is really quite frankly incredible.”

GSA Administrator Dan Tangherlini commented: “GSA’s 18F is designed to provide 21st century public service. is an example of how we can improve interactions between government and the people it serves.”

For more information on 18F, visit

Last Reviewed: 2019-06-01