Government Technology

Gov Website Evolution: Changes in 2013


September 18, 2012 By

Websites are constantly evolving, and government sites are no exception -- especially as consitutients increasingly browse them using smartphones and tablets. At this year's Best of the Web event, held at San Francisco's Stanford Court Renaissance hotel, we asked the top winners how they see public-sector websites changing in 2013.

Also at the event, we asked winners what features are absolutely essential for any government website — check out their answers

The awards are presented by the Center for Digital Government and Center for Digital Education, the research division of eRepublic, Government Technology’s parent company. 

 


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