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2005 Ranking of State & Federal Government Web sites

Sixth Annual State and Federal e-Government Study reviewed 50 state government and major federal agencies’ web sites. The study ranked Utah and Maine as leading states and White House and State Department at the top among federal sites.

Director of the Taubman Center for Public Policy, Darrell M. West, at Brown University, and a team of researchers examined 1,620 state and federal sites. The researchers analyzed 1,559 state sites (or an average of 31 sites per state) plus 48 federal government legislative and executive sites, and 13 federal court sites. More …

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