With the variety of online content platforms expanding every day, agencies must keep accessibility services up to date.
The Government Self-Service Toolkit helps live-stream public meetings and provides automated transcriptions and searchable archival storage.
Citizens’ digital experiences with government are not improving, and websites are doing the worst, a new report says.
Federal websites just don’t stack up when it comes to speed, security and accessibility, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation says.
Boston unveiled a draft of its long-term transportation plan that aims to improve accessibility, safety and reliability.
Although accessibility rules and compliance enforcement are rapidly evolving, municipalities can keep pace with the technology and expertise to deliver effective, transparent and accessible websites.
The Coast Survey has released a draft National Charting Plan that describes its strategy to improve the entire suite of NOAA charts, including changes to chart formats, scales, data compilation and symbology.
Governments are doing an increasingly good job of meeting citizens’ expectations for online services, according to new numbers from a 2016 Accenture survey.
A new report aims to flatten the learning curve for new chief data officers.
At a quarterly program management review, Census officials provided a review of the tests completed, as well as updates on the census's operations and systems readiness.
In its 13th year, New York City’s information and service request program received 46 percent of its requests digitally.
Data held by local government is a potential goldmine of insights into how to improve people’s lives and their communities, a recent report says. But fundamental changes and best practices are needed for agencies to effectively use it.