The IN.gov Program recently completed an unprecedented effort in state government when it wrapped up a 14-month migration of more than 75 state agency Web sites to a content management solution (CMS) and a consistent look-and-feel design. Since launching the final site in the initial phase on June 19, the IN.gov Program has refocused its efforts to make enhancements to CMS, allowing state employees to more quickly publish updated content to their sites. IN.gov Program staff has also begun migrating legislative sites to CMS so they too can leverage the easy-to-use solution. For more information about the redesign and migration, please visit the Redesign Schedule & Status page.
To learn more about what IN.gov is up to, check out the IN.gov Update, a quarterly newsletter that is sent to state agency leaders, communicators, web designers and developers, and IT personnel.
State agencies and the IN.gov Program have a number of significant recent accomplishments:
- IN.gov and agency site visitors can now stay up-to-date on the most recent state and agency news by subscribing to "subscriptions.IN.gov," a portal-wide e-alert service. In addition to wireless and e-mail alerts, agencies can also use the system's e-newsletter tool and the upcoming blog capabilities.
- To assist agencies that have been "retrofitted" to the new WebCMS project structure, the IN.gov Program created a comprehensive online training site at IN.gov/CMSTraining
- Visitors to redesigned IN.gov and agency sites can take advantage of BrowseAloud, a translation and screen reader tool.
As always, IN.gov customers can still pay their income taxes, reserve rooms and camping spots at state parks, register businesses and search for business entity information, update professional license information and perform criminal history searches. And, that's just the tip of the iceberg. A full list of services is available here.
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