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December's First Tuesday News

Happy holidays from all of us at Portland Webworks and GovWebworks, and welcome to the December "First Tuesday Roundup." The articles and news below from PublicUs, the blog of GovWebworks, offer tips on providing better online services in the public sector. Please send us your comments and suggestions for further topics.... read more

  • 05 December 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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Why Blockchain? A primer for health and human services

Blockchain has seen its share of hype this year, but does that mean we all grasp its function? If you’re like most people, you fall in one of two camps:... read more

  • 04 December 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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Child Care Check Meets the Need: The childcare health and safety reporting requirement

Our clients at the State of Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) came to us this summer with a pressing request. A quick and efficient web-based solution was needed to meet the federal requirements for public access to health and incident reports for all state childcare providers (CFR 98.32-33). The challenge? The desired deadline was October 1 of this year.... read more

  • 04 December 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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Automated Versus Curated Content Migration

By Caroline Casals –  Content migration might not be the absolute scariest part of a site redesign, but it’s a contender. Leaving migration out of our redesigns isn’t an option either; content is the reason we build websites in the first place. This means you’ll need to move content from an old to a new system whenever you’re:... read more

  • 18 October 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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Rob Lowe’s Informed Series Visits the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

We’re looking forward to seeing one of our clients in an upcoming segment of "Informed," a short-form documentary series hosted by actor Rob Lowe that is distributed to public television stations in all 50 states.... read more

  • 12 October 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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Why Manual Accessibility Testing Matters

Accessibility is a big topic for public sector websites. Not only can the requirements of an accessible website seem overwhelming and difficult to grasp, but a 2017 study by Gov.uk indicates that automated testing tools do not easily provide a guarantee of the accessibility of a website.... read more

  • 06 October 2017
  • Post by Melissa Coleman
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