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Gov’t Unveils New Short URLs

Gov’t Unveils New Short URLs, By Andrew Noyes National Journal, “Tech Daily Dose” (October 13, 2009).

The General Services Administration on Tuesday announced a new application that allows government employees to shorten their Web addresses. Go.USA.gov lets officials create short .gov URLs out of any .gov, .mil, or .si.edu URLs. As of 5:30 p.m., Go.USA.gov has shortened 249 URLs that have been clicked 14,299 times.

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