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(.GOVernment) A top-level Internet domain name used by local, state and federal government agencies in the U.S. For example, the Web site for the federal Department of Homeland Security is www.dhs.gov. The Web sites for the states of Maryland and Colorado are www.maryland.gov and www.colorado.gov. The Web site for the city of Philadelphia is www.phila.gov. See Internet domain name.
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This is a big step towards mobile government," said Michael Riedyk, founder and CEO of DotGov, the Seattle-based company that created YouTown.
0" movement, DotGov provides tools that help agencies become more transparent, collaborative, and participatory.
The average precision for the DOTGOV and disk45 collection did very marginally improve using normalised IDF Finally, it is worth mentioning some of the newly generated stopwords found using the baseline approaches for each collection (See Table 6).
The results obtained were not as positive as the baseline approaches nor as positive as we have hoped, especially with the DOTGOV and the WT10G collections.
GSA plans to open the dotgov Internet domain to state and local governments and Indian tribes.
PageFreezer is the only website archiving solution that places a digital timestamp and signature on each archived webpage," explained DotGov CEO Michael Riedyk.
org domains can similarly use the phone numbers DOTEDU (368338), DOTGOV (368468), DOTNET (368638), and DOTORG (368674).
DotGov delivers a mobile platform that will radically change how citizens interact with their local government.
DotGov is collaborating closely with Arvada CO, Manor TX, Rockwall TX and Mecklenburg County NC during the development and innovation process.
DotGov plans to launch this innovative way to interact with government in May 2010.