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More than 100 Dot-Govs Cut or Consolidated

More than 100 Dot-Govs Cut or Consolidated, By Joseph Marks, NextGov (10/05/11).

The government campaign against outdated and unnecessary websites appears to be gaining steam.

An updated list of top-level dot-gov domains posted to the government dataset repository Data.gov Friday lists only 1,634 domains, down from nearly 1,759 domains when the list was first posted.

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