March 28th 2019by Sara Lopes
When your team starts to realize that your public sector website is a bit out of date and in need of a refresh, your first instinct is usually to focus on upgrading the overall look and feel. While…
March 25th 2019by Sara Lopes
360Civic has just returned from the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference, where we were inspired once again by all of the wonderful organizations striving to make this world a little better.…
March 8th 2019by David Hofstede
You’ve seen the websites and so have we: “Create an Intranet Fast” “Simple Intranet” “Intranet in a Box” We like fast and easy too. But think for a moment about the materials you will be…
February 20th 2019by Sara Lopes
WordPress recently released one of its biggest updates, leaving many with questions and uncertainty about applying it to their website. We’re here to help ease your nerves and tell you everything you…
February 12th 2019by David Hofstede
Horror stores about ransomware have been impossible to avoid, because they just keep coming. Every month, it seems another website for a municipality, a school district, a library, a police…
February 10th 2019by David Hofstede
As this blog is being written, the U.S. has reinstated all government services that were impacted by a shutdown that lasted about four weeks. Another shutdown is looming, if Congress and the…
January 22nd 2019by David Hofstede
In these contentious times, those on the front lines in government, judicial and law enforcement positions face serious threats. One tragic example of this occurred in 2017 when a gunman murdered…
January 22nd 2019by David Hofstede
When a cities and counties release RFPs for a new or revised website, their contents are typically focused on the usual elements: design, content, security, and perhaps ADA compliance. Important…
January 16th 2019by David Hofstede
How big are smart meters these days? Big enough to have their own Wikipedia description: A smart meter is an electronic device that records consumption of electric energy in intervals of an hour or…
January 16th 2019by David Hofstede
Click2Gov is an online billing vendor that is used by many local government websites, including those in California, Texas, Arizona, Florida and Wisconsin. As with many such payment processing…

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