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.gov

(.GOVernment) A top-level Internet domain name used by local, state and federal government agencies in the U.S. For example, the website for the federal Department of Homeland Security is www.dhs.gov. The websites for the states of Maryland and Colorado are www.maryland.gov and www.colorado.gov. The website for the city of Philadelphia is www.phila.gov. See Internet domain name.
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GOV Awards were established by ITP Technology's DotGov magazine in 2015, to recognise the achievements of the public sector in the field of ICT in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, and to honour the outstanding efforts by the public sector in the GCC to use the power of technology to deliver innovative and engaging government services.
gov domain name costs $125 per year through the aptly named website DotGov.
Hoops included obtaining a letter from our state CIO, filling out the online application, submitting primary and secondary DNS IP addresses, and getting three key library staff members to independently register with the DotGov site.
We had our web host set our intended domain to active so DotGov could test the new domain against our servers as part of its approval process.
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.