Campaign: Content in other languages

Bring funds/resources together & work on multilingual priorities

Given that resources are limited, government agencies can come together, do their research, maybe even ask the public what are the topics/issues that agencies need to make available in Spanish and other languages, and work as an unit. Once we have a list of priorities, the government as a whole, can work together and leverage each others' resources to make this happen. Maybe there's a central fund and core group of experts ...more »

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Campaign: Policies and Principles

Follow UK's Directgov Model

Rather than making .gov changes around the margins, online government should be drastically re-envisioned to better serve the needs of citizens. ONE. STOP. SHOP.

http://www.direct.gov.uk

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Campaign: Policies and Principles

Strong Web Management at the Agency Level

We can turn down some of the "noise" of so many websites by having empowered, professional web management at the agency level, within a communications or customer service office, who helps the whole agency to have a professional web presence. Divisions and offices should not have to build these competencies. Web strategy should be an agency function. Determinations about satellite sites should be made at that level.

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Campaign: Services and Transactions

Consolidate Commercial Transaction Systems

Consolidate all commercial systems for functions related to travel, payroll/personnel, and finance across the government. This will ensure consistency, tranferrability, and economy of scale by using the best in breed commercial Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) technology

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