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What Makes a Winning Government Website? (Infographic)

Public-sector portals may be following the design trend of less is more, but back-end processes are becoming increasingly complex.

The Center for Digital Government and Government Technology’s Best of the Web competition recognizes 30 public-sector portals for their work to engage citizens online while also providing them with cutting-edge Web services. The 2016 winners represent the diversity found in government portals and show that the future continues to be streamlined, search-centric design. However, as site design follows the trend of less is more, back-end processes are becoming increasingly complex and data-driven. See our story and analysis on all of the winners for more information.


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