It's a state website for the new century, complete with RSS news feeds, podcasts and automatic e-mail notifications of everything important to the average person, such as school closings, unexpected pollutant releases and changes in the status of known sex offenders.
It's easy on the eye, with words cast in muted shades of gray, blue and tan. It contains links helping ......Full article >>>
needs. Four recently won awards from CDG, in fact. See previous WTN story
Doing business electronically with governments through the use of portals has caught on in the last five or ten years, but there have been serious growing pains, and not just in Wisconsin. The idea is to build a site that is simple and seamless; a one-stop......Full article >>>
nture , a management consulting, outsourcing and technology services company, for $3.5 million to create the state's portal. In 2003, however, the state terminated the contract and decided to go it alone.
By going solo, Delaware saved over $600,000 annually in professional services and hosting fees, said Greg Hughes, director of Delaware's Government Information Center. The GIC is now......Full article >>>
ng a more user-friendly portal.
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