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Friday, 30th April 2010

NewsBreak: Two New Reports Assess Use of Government Websites

In this Information Today NewsBreak, information consultant and author, Peggy Garvin, takes a look at two recent reports about the U.S. Government and their web resources they provide. A new report from Adam Smith at the Pew Internet & American Life Project and the ACSI E-Gov Satisfaction Index by ForeSeeResults.com.

The NewsBreak Begins:

Most adult internet users (82%) have looked for government information online. Government website users also report record levels of satisfaction with government information and transactions online. These encouraging statistics come from two new reports by the Pew Internet and American Life Project and ForeseeResults.com, respectively. Both reports were issued on April 27 (coincidence?); together they provide a snapshot of the government web and its users.

Note: We First Posted a Summary of the Pew Report Mentioned in the Article on April 27, 2010.

Source: Information Today

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