Old blog, new tricks for GSA’s DigitalGov


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2014_02_Screen-Shot-2014-02-17-at-2.21.46-PM The new DigitalGov blog, with an updated logo and look.

The General Services Administration’s DigitalGov blog has found a new home, after residing for a little more than two years at blog.howto.gov.

Devised to help government agencies provide digital services and information to the public, the blog posted its last writeup Feb. 13 and then moved to digitalgov.gov.

The new site features a whole new updated look and logo.

“This new platform will continue to help you improve and integrate your agency’s customer service and citizen engagement activities: websites, social media, mobile, challenges and prizes, user experience and call center operations,” Lisa Nelson, manager for DigitalGov, wrote in a blog post.

The website has eight different sections for readers on challenges, code, content and much more. It also has an area for upcoming events on government and tech, as well as communities on social government, mobility and other topics for federal employees to join.

In addition, the new blog now offers a page for resources on best practices, laws, guidelines and tools for employees’ perusal.

Finally, the site provides services such as analytics insights and URL shorteners.

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Agencies, Departments, General Services Administration (GSA), Lisa Nelson
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