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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (November 8, 2017) In less than 70 days, local government agencies across the U.S. are required to make website content and all digital information accessible to all users, including those with visual, hearing or other disabilities.
Six local government agencies in Texas, Virginia, Georgia, Kansas and California stepped into the winner's circle this fall to receive awards for websites designed by the online government innovators at Vision, the company announced today.
Five U.S. cities and counties were honored today when Vision announced the winners of the fourth annual “What’s Next Awards” competition, which recognizes local government websites for excellence in online innovation, citizen engagement, visual impact, transparency and green gov.
The cities of St. Louis Park, Minnesota and Santa Cruz, California recently partnered with the online government experts at Vision to refocus their content strategy and send their content editors back-to-school with Vision's content coaches to learn how to write more effectively for the web.
With expectations for easy-to-use, mobile-friendly online information and services at an all-time high, cities and counties are adapting to the changing expectations of tech-savvy citizens.