Showing 4 ideas for tag "website"
kudos icon +

Legislative Branch

Save $20M+ annually - Electronically Print & Deliver Congressional Record

The Congressional Record cost tax payers $28,390,000 each year to print and deliver to Congress. If converted to electronic format, voice and color enhancements could be added simultaneously with electronic dissemination to significantly reduce these costs in the millions of dollars. Additionally, speedier dissemination (via email, RSS Feed, special website, etc.), authentication and preservation would be guaranteed... more »

Voting

28 votes
Active
kudos icon +

Legislative Branch

Combined Agency Spanish-Speaking Website

Since many spanish-speaking citizens are typically wary of the U.S. Govt. (due to immigration issues, etc.), I suggest a combined (all govt. agencies) spanish language website to describe resources citizens can utilize. The website would include a toll-free hotline with spanish speakers who could answer/refer questions related to the U.S. Government. This website would be a good start to heal the distrust between spanish-speaking... more »

Voting

-3 votes
Active
kudos icon +

Legislative Branch

publicize agency Web addresses

In the name of Open Gov, how about having federal agencies to post their web address along with their street addresses on the exterior of buildings where current physical signs reside. People often wonder walk by and wonder what the big buildings do, esp in the DC area.. Every agency has a web address. Why not advertise it? Just paint it alongside the physical street address. This is cheap simple way to engage the... more »

Voting

0 votes
Active
kudos icon +

Executive Office of the President

Create a Single USA.gov Website, Consolidating Resources and Information

I suggest you streamline the federal government's hundreds of websites to save costs and better serve the public. That in 2010 our federal government still operates upwards of five hundred independent websites places our nation’s public-sector Internet savvy somewhere in the late 1990s. The cacophony of websites wastes untold amounts of money, since every agency must not only employ new media directors to handle day-to-day... more »

Voting

2 votes
Active