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FDSys web site is getting a make over

The FDSys blog is reporting that the main FDSys web site will be redone. According to the brief post, “Updates will include Frequently Asked Questions, system capabilities, reference material, and outreach.”

If you have questions about the new web site, the FDSys blog post invites you to leave comments on the blog or sending questions to pmo@gpo.gov.

Based on the new FDLP Desktop design, I’m hoping the FDSys web site redesign will bring good things and be more user friendly. There’s still the issue of FDSys itself promoting an information monoculture, but that’s been covered before and will be covered again.

FGI appreciates all of the Government Printing Office’s efforts to provide more communication and interaction with the community of federal information users.

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