There is a fascinating competition from Sunlight Labs called Design for America:
The Design for America contest led to the most compelling, interesting visualizations of any of our contests. With about 72 entries, the design community stepped up and showed amazing ways for us to view government and imagine new ways for government to serve citizens. The category most illustrative of how government could work is probably the best Redesign of a .Gov Website. We had a lot of great entries in the category– including this wonderful redesign of the Social Security Administration, and a great upgrade of DOL.gov, but the one that really took the cake was a redesign of IRS.gov.
The redesign that was of most interest to TBP readers was the Bureau of Labor, most particularly, the redo of BLS. There is a ton of great data and info on the BLS site, but it is not the most accessible and easiest to find.
Here is the redo: