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Guidance on building better digital services in government
A product of the U.S. General Services Administration
This week, we’d like to talk about trust, and the elements that go into building trust with people who are using our services.
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When something important needs to be coordinated across the federal web space, the Federal Web Council is the vehicle for getting it done.
We are starting a new blog post series on 21st Century IDEA that’ll break down one essential topic and point to guidance to start running with it.
The Act aims to improve the digital experience for government customers and reinforces existing requirements for federal public websites.
Introducing a new investment fund for technology products in the federal government
A guide to navigating the PRA process with confidence.
We’re going to try something new here, something better.
We’re excited to announce that the U.S. Web Design Standards team has moved over to OPP and joined the DigitalGov team.
A template for digital governance policies.
A list of required links that all federal websites need to have