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Give Suggestions on Improving Government Websites

governmentwebsites.bmpHave you ever visited a government website and thought of ways it could be improved?

Until September 30, you can contribute your ideas online at the National Dialogue on Improving Federal Websites page. This website is part of the .gov Reform Initiative to help cut costs and improve services to the general public.

You can comment on any aspect of federal websites, including search features, navigation, privacy and security, or accessibility. In addition to submitting your own ideas, you can also vote to agree or disagree with other users' comments.

Anyone can comment on improving federal websites, but you have to sign up for an account before you can submit your ideas.


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