New FCC Website Available (4/5/11)
Tuesday, April 05, 2011 | Comments

The FCC launched an overhauled website - FCC.gov. Now architected with a more intuitive user experience and the addition of Web 2.0 technologies, the new site improves and simplifies the FCC.gov experience for consumers and licensees, the commission said.

The launch of the new site, available at http://beta.fcc.gov and linked off the existing home page, marks the commission's initiatives to improve and modernize the way the public interacts with the FCC and the federal government. This is the first major update to the site in 10 years. The commission's new website was shaped by public feedback and sharpened through an ongoing conversation with users during the past several months.

Since Chairman Julius Genachowski took office, the FCC has used Web 2.0 technologies, such as official agency blogs, multimedia and social media outlets, and opening the agency's processes via online participation platforms, in reforming the agency. This process generated hundreds of thousands of comments and interactions from across the country. The FCC's new media team will continue updating the beta FCC.gov site throughout 2011 with the help of public input through the site's public engagement and participation features, as well as the agency's social media outlets.

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