As reported by NextGov, yesterday there was a column in Wall Street Journal stating that .gov websites should accept advertisements.In the column, he suggested that IRS could make between $50-100 million in advertising alone from their website.In an interesting pilot study, WA Department of Transportation is working on a pilot of including advertising in their 410 million annual page views - really fascinating study and use case-TSA bins - have Zappos ads in about 10 major airportsBudgets are tight at all levels and may be a way to increase revenue. So what do you think, should we allow advertising on .gov websites? Are their cases where you
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