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Local, state, and federal government websites often end in .gov. State of Georgia government websites and email systems use “georgia.gov” or “ga.gov” at the end of the address. Before sharing sensitive or personal information, make sure you’re on an official state website.
Call 1-800-GEORGIA to verify that a website is an official website of the State of Georgia.
Testing features in GovHub is always full of surprises. The numbers may tell us one thing, but we end up with a whole new perspective after watching our test users.
Great teams are not great because they never make a mistake. It’s how they respond to it.
We understand that the scores in Siteimprove are sometimes affected by issues that are beyond an your control. The good news is that we are working to address code-related issues and there are many issues that you, as a content manager, do have control over.
The Trauma Commission connects the state’s network of trauma centers. They oversee the flow of funds from various grants and programs for improvement of the entire Georgia trauma system.
As we turn 10 this year, we’ll keep educating, gathering, analyzing, improving, and reporting alongside our agency partners. We know there will be more challenges and opportunities long before our next milestone; we look forward to solving them together in all the years to come!
Information Architecture keeps your site’s content organized, navigable, accessible, and usable. It establishes the hierarchy of content in your menus as well as the vocabulary you use. And, if it’s not well designed, then much like a poorly constructed building, no one is going to want to visit it, much less step through its doors.
The Georgia Data Analytics Center (GDAC) site provides access to easy-to-consume data and analytics from across state government. GDAC provides transparency and accountability to lawmakers, agencies, researchers, and the general public.
We’ve just added a layer of protection from outages called a Web Application Firewall (WAF). It’s an additional set of tools that our engineering team uses to monitor and block unwanted traffic.
Internet Explorer doesn’t support certain web standards and lacks support for styling and assistive technologies, as well as security. In short, it simply does not perform at the same level that most modern browsers do. In light of Microsoft announcing that it will stop supporting the browser, we decided to stop supporting it too. We have a few key reasons why we made that decision.
If your agency is part of GovHub, you know that the unified theming — color palettes, fonts, icon styles, etc. — across sites helps to reassure visitors that they’re getting credible information from trusted government sources. We have options for you if your agency site is not on GovHub, or if you have other applications or websites that would benefit from state branding.