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Searching for the best government Web sites

This summer we're going to try something new with our editorial calendar: For the Aug. 25 print issue of GCN, we will feature a list of what we deem are the best government Web sites.

Which sites serve their constituents the best? Which ones are the most useful? The most informative? The snazziest?

We've covered how to create appealing and handy Web sites in the past; in the Aug. 25 print issue we'll highlight those agencies that have done a spectacular job of building their sites. Think of it as GCN's version of the Time Top 50 or the Webbies.

If you know of a spectacular government site'or manage one'drop us an e-mail with the Web address and maybe a few words about why you like this site. We'll check it out....

Posted by Joab Jackson on Jul 15, 2008 at 9:39 AM


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