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​​​​​Empowering the Web Workforce

Are your job duties related to keeping up a state agency website?

Whether it's website design, content creation, editing, or administration, the E-Governance Board (E-Gov) is here to help.

Learn about E-Governance Guidance for state websites and social media management. Read more about the E-Gov Board and its goals.

The E-Gov Board promotes websites that are:

  • ​Innovative
  • Mobile-ready
  • Tested for usability
  • Consistent branding the Oregon.gov enterprise
  • Customizable for different agency needs
  • Use design tools and eCommerce where applicable
  • Meet federal and state laws for accessibility and readability
  • 100+ Oregon.gov public websites
The E-Gov Board membership ranges from small boards and commissions to large state agencies. The 20+ members focus on improving how to best meet the needs of public and create consistency through website design and function. The E-Gov Board sets website standards and provides guidelines and best practices so the public can find what they need fast.

The E-Government Program manages the state's web publisher contract. Oregon.gov websites use the SharePoint content management system.​


Chairperson:
Ashley Massey
Public Information Officer
Marine Board
971-707-2396​
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Co-Chairperson:
Sally Ridenour
sally.ridenour@o​dot.oregon.gov​
Chief Co​ntent Strategist
Department of Transportation
503-​986-3253  

E-Government Program:
Ying Ki Kwong

ying.k.kwong@das.​oregon.gov
503-378-3175

  
 

Digital Governments Best of Web 2015 Finalist award image
The E-Governance Board guided the design of the award-winning Oregon.gov portal project.