Highly paid export specialists at the International Trade Administration lose a third of their time to data entry and other administrative work, the Commerce Department office of inspector general says. Its specialists make about $100,000 annually plus benefits, a report (.pdf) dated Nov. 30 says.
It's possible with today's website analytics tools to gather a wealth of data and monitor every detail of user activity. "You don't need to measure everything. Figure out what measurements really matter to you and put a plan in place to measure them," said Trish Cozart, senior project leader for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's technology deployment tools team, during a Nov. 1 DigitalGov University webinar.
The United Kingdom officially launched a single government website called Gov.uk Oct. 17--rounding out consolidation efforts that had already brought the country's 820 national government websites down to just two domains, Directgov and Business Link, in less than 2 years. The single government portal had been in beta since Jan. 31.
Federal website reform missed its 1-year deadline, coming up 579 domains short.
Not only will the White House's digital strategy put a freeze on all new dot-gov domains, it will consolidate websites, significantly reducing the number of federal websites overall, said Federal CIO Steven VanRoekel.
Data will be at the core of the federal mobility strategy, said Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel. The strategy will streamline the acquisition, management and delivery of mobile...
Nations must place greater emphasis in e-government on integrated delivery of services across agencies and tiers of government, the United Nations says in a biennial survey of member countries'...
The United Kingdom launched Jan. 31 a new site called Gov.uk, which serves as the single, citizen-facing government website for all British-government information, according to an announcement from
The number of searches on the Internal Revenue Service's website was up significantly in the 2011 tax filing year, even though web traffic did not experience a similar spike, finds the Government
A final version of a federal mobility strategy will be out by March 2012, said Federal Chief Information Officer Steven VanRoekel Jan. 13 during a Washington, D.C. event hosted by industry group