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Slideshow: 12 Worst Government Websites

Many governments and agencies have been striving to make their Websites more up-to-date and accessible, but some remain shocking examples of bad user experience.
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The site of the Federal Register, the federal government's official newspaper, doesn't look horrible. However, despite recently releasing the Federal Register in XML form to give developers programmatic access to its content, the Government Printing Access hasn't done much of anything to make the paper easy to navigate for non-programmers, and should take some cues from news sites everywhere to help keep citizens informed.

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