Open to any government employee.
If you manage a U.S. government website, or write digital content for your agency, this group is for you! Discussion topics cover content strategy, accessibility, customer experience, plain language, and more.
We’ve been working together since late 2000 to improve the content and usability of U.S. government websites. The Web Content Managers Forum is a community of government employees who share ideas, challenges, lessons learned, and best practices in managing the content of government websites.
Who we are
Join us if you are an employee of a federal, state, or local U.S. government agency, working on government digital content.
What we do
Knowledge Sharing: This listserv provides you with a platform to ask and answer questions of your digital content management peers. You can share news, findings, results, hurdles and collaborate on issues related to manage government digital content.
- Checklist of Requirements for Federal Websites and Digital Services
- Digital Project Resources
- Paperwork Reduction Act Fast Track Process
- Plain Language Guidelines
- U.S Web Design System
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