Mississippi refreshes state website

January 25, 2012

Business

The Governor’s Office has just announced that the official state website (ms.gov) has received a well-deserved touch-up.

Enjoying the first overhaul in more than a decade, MS.gov was relaunched today with live chat capabilities, user-friendly tabs and a full array of social media platforms.

The site will reportedly serve as a gateway to official partner sites, including 135 online services, 139 agency websites and 130 social media sites. In a statement, Gov. Bryant said, “Since I was state auditor, I have pushed for stronger e-government initiatives, and today’s launch brings government closer to the people it serves.”

Check out the new and improved ms.gov and let us know what you think.

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Stephen McDill joined the Mississippi Business Journal in 2008 after working in radio and television. He is a graduate of Belhaven University and has won awards for his writing and photojournalism from the Associated Press and Mississippi Press Association.

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