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Mass.gov: Sleek New Look, Navigation, and Organization

MASSACHUSETTS – Sleek look. New navigation. Improved organization. The Patrick-Murray administration hopes the new look sported by the state’s official site at Mass.gov allows for a more effective visit by the average visitor.

The recent redesign includes three major improvements that have affected the entire site: clean, streamlined pages that are more readable; new navigation to help find things quickly and easily; and more effective organization of information that will save visitors time.

The new design launch began on October 27, and will continue to be phased in through out early December. Officials have warned that some broken links may occur over the next month. Frequent visitors have been encouraged to create new bookmarks for the favorite Mass.gov pages.

Mass.Gov is managed by the Information Technology Division within the Executive Office for Administration and Finance. A Portal Advisory Board advises Mass.Gov on strategy, policy and priorities and serves as a forum to advocate for enhancements to the Mass.Gov portal. The Board is composed of management and technology leaders from across state government, including the Governor’s office, Office of the Treasurer, Office of the Attorney General, Office of the Comptroller, and Secretariats in the Executive Department.

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