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Washington, DC 20003
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Phone: (202) 727-2277
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Publications and Case Studies


Find publications and case studies produced by or written about OCTO programs.

Government 2.0: Gartner Definition

Government 2.0: Gartner Definition

Given the increasing confusion and hype surrounding Government 2.0, Gartner provides a case study reflecting on the key characteristics of this phenomenon. The study highlights the District's Apps for Democracy project.

 
Web 2.0 From the People to the People

Web 2.0 From the People to the People

Gartner provides a case study on Washington, DC, and its aim to look for applications that can leverage the many data feeds that have been provided for some time.

 
DC Government Web Style Guide

DC Government Web Style Guide

The DC Government Web Style Guide is designed to give agency web authors clear, up-to-date, and easy-to-use information for writing or editing documents, memos, presentations, and online other online content.

 
DC Agency User Interface Standards-2002 to 2010

DC Agency User Interface Standards-2002 to 2010

View this quick reference guide to learn about standards for District agency websites regarding look and feel, content placement, usability and more. This guide addresses look and feel from 2002-2010.

 
DC Center Site User Interface Standards-2002 to 2010

DC Center Site User Interface Standards-2002 to 2010

View this quick reference guide to learn about standards for District center sites regarding look and feel, content placement, usability and more. This guide addresses look and feel from 2002-2010. Note, center websites pull information together about specific topics or for specific audiences.

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