Example local government websites - Canterbury Scrutiny, Canterbury City Council

Canterbury Scrutiny, Canterbury City Council, Kent

Canterbury scrutiny  websiteA website for the Overview & Scrutiny committee of Canterbury City Council.

This is a fully accessible website with a double menu (pages and subpages) and an accessible poll on the homepage.

The website content of this website is maintained by Cornish WebServices.


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The UK government have a UK online strategy . The plan was to make all government services available electronically to the public by 2005. The purpose of getting government services on-line is to make them more accessible to the public and do this in an efficient, manageable way.

The e-Government Interoperability Framework (e-GIF) is a set of documents that defines the technical policies and specifications to be used by organisations in the public sector. This will enable documents from different departments and councils to be used across the public sector. The e-GIF also requires that websites conform to certain standards.

XML is short for eXtensible Markup Language. It is a way of describing data or the contents of your document using metadata. Within the public services, e-GMS (e-Government Metadata Standard) defines the metadata to be used.

Cornish WebServices local government websites conform to all required accessibility standards,. We are able to create websites that can handle XML documents.

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