GSA Websites Make List of Top 50 Public Administration Resources
Two GSA-produced websites — USA.gov and Webcontent.gov — were named to Democrablog's list of Top 50 Public Administration Resources in 2010.
“The innovative work of the Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies teams starts with looking at what their customers and audiences want,” said Associate Administrator Dave McClure about his office. “This has led to these two products being recognized as among the most esteemed and useful public administration resources.”
Webcontent.gov caters to Web managers helping one another share experiences, common challenges, lessons learned, successes, and new ideas. For its part, USA.gov’s state and local employees section is considered the ultimate government resource for these employees.
By making the list, both sites are among the elite public administration resources in the country, along with other well-known and long-respected public administration Web resources, such as the National Academy of Public Administration, the American Society of Public Administration, and National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.
It is vital that public administrators have ready access to information about organizations, research, online interaction, public outreach and contact information for local, regional, national and even international resources, according to Democrablog's site. USA.gov and Webcontent.gov were recognized for meeting, and often, exceeding these criteria.
The list was put together by Democrablog, a website that gathers information related to public administration from around the Web.