Visitors are invited to offer feedback to Web developers. The portal has a link to an online user survey, as well as a link to an idea box allowing visitors to voice suggestions. Nebraska.gov was among the first portals in the nation using Really Simply Syndication (RSS) news feeds to deliver information to subscribers, and the site is one of only two states offering a 24/7 Online Live Help option to answer user questions in real time.
Brent Hoffman, general manager of Nebraska.gov, said, "Our efforts are centered on building successful user centric and efficient government services for the state of Nebraska. Through the collaboration of all our state partners, we are proud to be able to consistently showcase the latest services combined with advanced technology."
The new version of Nebraska.gov is the fifth redesign in the 13-year history of the state's official Web presence. Nebraska.gov is managed and operated without tax funds through a public-private partnership between the state and Nebraska Interactive LLC. Nebraska Interactive is a subsidiary of e-Government firm NIC, Inc.