State launches new Web site as administration changes

State launches new Web site as administration changes

By Susan M. Menke

GCN Staff

JAN. 22'The State Department last week announced the launch of a revamped Web site, at state.gov, organized around a database-driven structure.

After conducting usability studies, the Bureau of Public Affairs decided to reorganize the home page into nine sections. It will have a Highlights section and a link to the database of daily materials. All materials from the Bush administration will become part of the database.

The old Web site, at www.state.gov, which drew about a million hits each week, will remain intact as an electronic archive of materials dated prior to Jan. 20, at www.state.gov/index.html. It stores information dating back to the early 1990s and also archives the former Arms Control and Disarmament Agency's site.

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