Digital government news
Register for the (free) 2022 Federal Plain Language Summit
The event will highlight plain language successes in federal agencies at all stages of the communications journey.
Building an inclusive culture at the Government Digital Service
GDS CEO Tom Read shares why creating a safe, diverse and inclusive culture for staff matters.
Request for Proudly Serving feedback: Set guiding principles
A new Proudly Serving chapter – by Marin County PIO Laine Hendricks and Department of Civic Things Rebecca Woodbury – is ready for public review and feedback.
CISA releases free elections cybersecurity toolkit
‘Protecting U.S. Elections’ is a one-stop catalog of free services and tools available for state and local election officials to improve the cybersecurity and resilience of their infrastructure.
Rolling out a new design for browsing GOV.UK by topic
“By improving this navigation, our aim is to make it easier for the millions of people who use GOV.UK every day to find the essential information and services they need.”
How rewriting text messages can help services to save money
GOV.UK shares how it’s thinking about texting services, making them more user friendly and cost-effective.
Content design for beta.ada.gov: writing for action and flexibility
An inside peek at how 18F worked with the Department of Justice on ADA.gov content.
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