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Digital government news from ProudCity (July 2022)

Digital government news Team care in a crisis “Thanks to a culture of team care our leaders fostered.” The California Office of Digital Innovation shares how it got through COVID-19 response efforts. Senators ask DOJ to enforce accessibility rules for state and local websites A group of 10 Democratic senators asked the Justice Department to … Continued

Digital government news from ProudCity (June 2022)

Digital government news The case for simplified, text-based government websites E.Republic Executive Editor Paul Taylor makes the case to think simple when it comes to digital services. How to thoughtfully name government services “When a name doesn’t fit, it’s confusing and can lead to misunderstandings,” says the Canada Digital Service. Innovate with purpose A new … Continued

Digital government news from ProudCity (April 2022)

Digital government news Is it time for a new local government website? ELGL shares our suggestions for performing a diagnostics test on your website to see if it’s time for a change. Multi-factor authentication primer ProudCity has a new MFA primer on how to better secure your online accounts. Routing & switching is not ‘sexy’ … Continued

Partner profile: Citibot

We’re fortunate to work with forward-thinking, innovative government leaders willing to re-imagine and act on changing the rules when it comes to digital public service, and we’re proud to work with Rebecca Woodbury.

Security: Open source, WordPress, ProudCity

ProudCity is proudly powered by open source technology. We embrace open source because it empowers us to be more innovative and build great products for local governments. And, as the U.S. Department of Defense says about open source, “there are great benefits to be gained in reliability, performance, and security.” Open source and security There … Continued

Partner profile: Department of Civic Things

We’re fortunate to work with forward-thinking, innovative government leaders willing to re-imagine and act on changing the rules when it comes to digital public service, and we’re proud to work with Rebecca Woodbury.

Local governments can now get .gov domains for free. Here’s how.

The DotGov program is the service where U.S. government entities — from federal agencies to local municipalities — can obtain and manage .gov domains. The program is operated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Why .gov is important A .gov domain is important, because it verifies that the website … Continued

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