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Digital Government 2014: The Two-Year Progress Report
On May 23, 2012, the Obama Administration launched the Digital Government Strategy, an effort to improve the way that agencies utilize digital tools and data to improve services for the American people. The strategy builds upon four principles: Information-Centric, Shared Platform, Customer-Centric, and Security and Privacy. Two years later, government agencies vary in their progress toward many of the goals set forth in the Digital Government Strategy. To better understand how agencies are improving digital services, and to measure progress in each of the four strategy areas, Government Business Council (GBC) and Acquia undertook an indepth research study.