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Create a website with simple html text such as that used in www.craigslist.org that subdivides all the ".gov" websites into one page. For example all the science category such as NASA, NSF, NOAA, DARPA, and others would be under one section. Knowing what the federal government provides and where to find is important and should be easily accessible. One example that comes to mind is the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.gov) ...more »

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Make USA.gov user friendly - show interaction between agencies

After looking at the ideas presented in this forum, I saw websites referenced that I had never heard of before. I agree with the concept of a central starting point for easy accessibility but I do not think we need to reinvent the wheel either. Instead I suggest updated/altering USA.gov to meet many of the needs presented in this forum: (1) Provide more options in USA.gov to help users navigate the maze of services ...more »

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Cross-departmental searchability

Have a main search engine that will search the infromation and data on all governemnt sites. Sometimes it vague which department has the infromation on a subject. A general search based that uses key-word tag technology would eliminate the user having to navigate multiple government websites to find what they are looking for.

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National "Catalog" of web pages

Following FRBR concepts in XML, catalog web pages and make them findable through a national catalog similar to (but hopefully better than) a library book catalog. Create an easy form agency content creators can fill out to add their record (i.e. web page) to the catalog. Use link resolvers to check for broken links automatically. Obviously, not every page of every website will be cataloged, but at a minimum every website ...more »

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