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The results of a ForeSee poll also show one-third of the 40 federal websites surveyed already have launched mobile initiatives.
According to a recent survey from ForeSee Results, the more transparent an agency Web site is, the more popular it is with the general public.
ForeSee results surveyed over 40,000 people -- and a lot of them think the government is doing a good job when it comes to healthcare information online.
Study from ForeSee Results suggests transparency and user satisfaction go hand-in-hand when it comes to agency sites online.
After a slow start and a small drop in the first quarter of 2009, e-government satisfaction reaches an all-time high.
Citizen satisfaction with federal government websites is at an all-time high with the largest quarter-over-quarter increase to date.
Foresee Results' Larry Freed shares the results from the citizen satisfaction survey.
There's a push to expand the use of tools designed to give federal Web managers a better idea of just who is using agency websites. The goal is to improve the Web experience for citizens.
It seems as though the Open Government Directive is having a positive effect on how the public looks at the federal government. Larry Freed, CEO of ForeSee Results, explains.