Government websites are finally starting to come around. Just in the last years there has been several complete overhauls and redesigns that not only make the sites look better but make it tons easier for citizens to get around and engage with the government.
Here's a dataset with some great government website examples: http://data.govloop.com/Government/Government-Website-Design-Examples/drcq-g8fp
Getting citizens engaged should be the number one goal in government and being in the digital age a lot of that engagement is going to be online.
In June Government Agencies will come together at OpenGovDC to discuss actionable strategies for building efficient & engaging modern government websites and you can be there for FREE. All you have to do is answer the question below and we'll pick the best 2 answers and hand them the free tickets.
What is your favorite example of a government website engaging and interacting with citizens?
We'll be picking the Free tickets winners on June 6th so make sure to get your answer in by then!!! Good luck and can't wait to hear all the great examples you choose.
Here's a little more about the awesome event the ticket are to:
OpenGovDC is a great event for Open Government stakeholders who wants to better understand—or build—technical platforms that support agency-level needs. This intensive one-day conference examines how open source tools can be used to advance open government. It brings doers and decision-makers together to talk about what works—and what doesn't.