It’s essential for governments to do everything they can to make their forms as accessible as possible, as they are critical gateways to public services.
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Allowing people to apply for multiple programs using one application can provide a much simpler and easier experience of accessing government services.
Does your government agency run a program or service that requires people to apply? By doing research into the experiences that applicants are having, you can gain insights to help design and implement improvements.
If you, too, wish to see the beauty in a well-designed form, here are three tips.
A small team at the Veterans Affairs Department (VA) worked on a natural language processing program to update the processing of disability forms.
Forms are one of the main sources of information intake for government agencies, and yet they’re often thrown together haphazardly – with overutilized templates or poorly considered practices.
This is the second installment of “Build Better Forms,” a series in which we review online government forms and suggest some improvements. As we discussed in our first post, a clear and intuitive form reaps many benefits: lower data processing costs, fewer support requests, higher completion rates, and greater citizen satisfaction. Let’s run through threeRead… Read more »
Filling out a form is hardly a pleasant experience, but a clear and simple form can go a long way in easing the pain. Everyone wins: respondents complete it without any issues, and you, in turn, avoid chasing down missing data from incomplete forms. You get exactly the information you need.
LGS Inc. Launches PermitLogix.com The PermitLogix team has combined web management and mapping technologies to bring an easy to use service for all local government development permit and application requirements. We have truly created a product for the Gov. 2.0 era. In 2010, LGS Inc. successfully launched the Local Information Utility Cloud GIS for smallRead… Read more »
Join CivSource and Caspio for a free webinar to learn how the latest cloud-based technologies are enabling state and local agencies to publish databases and deploy interactive web applications on their websites without programming. Topics to be covered: * How cloud technology is used for a variety of Gov 2.0, open government, and e-gov apps.Read… Read more »