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Feds Tackle Sprawling, Disorganized Government Websites
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12/26/2011 | 3:05:04 PM
re: Feds Tackle Sprawling, Disorganized Government Websites
"Only 30% of agencies had consistent governance structures, polices, and procedures in place across their departments, and less than half of all agencies even have an agency-wide Web strategy." This is more troubling to me than the cost savings that will come from getting rid of some of these sites.
Brian Prince, InformationWeek/Dark Reading Comment Moderator


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