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OMB Issues Policies for Federal Agency Public Websites and Digital Services

November 8, 2016 memorandum – OMB – “Federal Agency public websites and digital services are the primary means by which the public receives information from and interacts with the Federal Government. These websites and services help the public apply for benefits, search for jobs, comply with Federal rules, obtain authoritative information, and much more. Federal websites and digital services should always meet and maintain high standards of effectiveness and usability and provide quality information that is readily accessible to all…Federal Agency public websites and digital services are defined here as online information resources or services maintained in whole or in part by the departments and agencies in the Executive Branch of the U.S.Federal Government that are operated by an agency, contractor, or other organization on behalf of the to agency. They provide government information or services the public or a specific user group across a variety of delivery platforms and devices, and support the proper performance of an agency function.”

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