Agencies have had Web sites for at least a decade, but those sites have to constantly evolve.
Anybody who has undertaken a site redesign knows it can be an arduous process.
The Environmental Protection Agency recently went through that process and the results have been getting very good reviews.
Jeffrey Levy is the EPA’s director of Web communications, led the redesign process and tells us about lessons learned. Click to hear the interview.
How the US Mint and NIST are perfecting the money-making process.