SALEM, Ore. (AP) – The portal to Oregon state government websites has been redesigned.
A state spokesman says it’s sort of a spring cleaning at the home page for Oregon.gov.
The Salem Statesman Journal reports (http://stjr.nl/1iuqYVO) the site has been around for a decade.
The site’s features are designed to point users toward common online activities with state government, such as filing income taxes, getting an application for a driver’s license, or finding business forms.
Next up are redesigns of agency websites.
Matt Shelby of the Department of Administrative Services says the work is part of the state’s contract with a website vendor, NicUSA, which started the project in 2012.