If you have ideas regarding how the government can improve federal websites, please join the discussion and share them in the National Dialogue on Improving Federal Websites that started today!
It's a two week online dialogue, from Sept. 19-30th, and the government would like to hear your ideas and suggestion on what it should do to improve federal websites in the following areas:
1. Creating better user experience, navigation, and design
2. Improving content to make it more readable, engaging, and useful
3. Improving how services and transactions are delivered
4. Providing universal access to government content online, regardless of device or technology
5. Optimizing the way the public is able to search for federal content, via federal websites and commercial search engines
6. Ensuring content on federal websites is integrated with social media and other third-party websites
7. Improve how federal websites protect privacy and security
8. Reaching global audiences and people with limited English proficiency
You can access the general discussion here, and if you'd like to comment specifically on how the government can improve its communications with limited English proficient Latinos and other multilingual audiences (Point #8), share them here.
There will also be a mini-dialogue specifically dedicated to the last point - better serving multilingual audiences and limited English proficient audiences - on September 26th at 1:00 pm EST, so save the date and join us in a real-time, interactive discussion on the topic.