New Site Rates Performance and Effectiveness of E-Gov Sites

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 7, 2006

“The content on ExpectMore.gov is developed by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget and Federal agencies. Together, we assess the performance of every Federal program and hold ourselves accountable for improvement.”

  • “ExpectMore.gov tells you whether or not a program is performing. Programs that are PERFORMING have ratings of Effective, Moderately Effective, or Adequate.” [sounds as if they are hedging with the descriptions] The site currently includes 12 webpages of evaluations, listing Agency, Program Name, and Rating. Each website evaluation includes key issues that pertain to the rating, as well as an “Improvement Plan” for the respective site.
  • Related postings on e-government
  • See also The Government Domain, expert reviews and evaluations of e-government sites and services, on LLRX.com, by Peggy Garvin
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