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This release only contains third party plugin updates. The WordPress 5.7.2 security release is included in this update. It is immediately available to all ProudCity Hosted sites and for download on Github under the GNU Affero GPL v3 open source license. What changes will I notice? If you are using the calendar widget on your...

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Munford Proud Munford City Recorder and Treasurer Sherry Yelvington, Staff Accountant Barbara Younger and Utility Billing Analyst Cynthia Zickefoose share their experience launching the new website.

ProudCity CEO Luke Fretwell and Department of Civic Things founder Rebecca Woodbury recently joined e.Republic Chief Innovation Officer Dustin Haisler, Deputy Chief Innovation Officer Joe Morris and Assistant News Editor Jed Pressgrove on their videocast ICYMI (In Case You Missed It) to discuss the new ProudCity Certified Service Partners program. Full story: ProudCity on ICYMI

Basic information on social media and accessibility.

Government Technology featured the launch of the ProudCity Certified Service Partners program. Excerpt: “Ultimately, local governments are left with a lack of an authentic, long-term understanding of how to deliver digital services on their own, but also with technology that doesn’t get managed the way it should in 2021,” Fretwell wrote. “When it comes to...

This release only contains third party plugin updates. There is no WordPress Core update included in this release. It is immediately available to all ProudCity Hosted sites and for download on Github under the GNU Affero GPL v3 open source license. What changes will I notice? Links will have an underline by default to improve...

Department of Civic Things founder Rebecca Woodbury shares her insights on local government digital strategy and joining the new ProudCity Certified Service Partners program. Quotable: "I founded Department of Civic Things to empower public servants with the right tools, support, and skills to make their services easy to use. We’re proud when public servants are...

A critical breakdown with how local governments launch and maintain managed web services is that they typically rely on one company to do everything -- from services (content and digital) to software (product development and technical support). Through our new ProudCity Certified Service Partners program, local governments can now partner with content and digital delivery...

Proud Partner: Department of Civic Things Department of Civic Things founder Rebecca Woodbury shares her insights on local government digital strategy. What is the Department of Civic Things? Department of Civic Things helps local governments serve people better through effective communications and digital services. We do this through: Content, procurement, and digital service strategy Implementation,...

The DotGov program is the service where U.S. government entities — from federal agencies to local municipalities — can obtain and manage .gov domains. The program is operated by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Why .gov is important A .gov domain is important, because it verifies that the website...

The Domain Name System (DNS) is an internet service that translates your domain name (i.e. yourname.gov) into an IP address. This makes it possible for people to access your website by typing in the domain name instead of the website’s IP address. This is often done through your domain registrar, like GoDaddy or NameCheap. Since...

Visit the domain management page on the DotGov website.

Commercial purposes A .gov domain must not be used for commercial purposes, such as advertising benefitting private individuals or entities. Political campaigns A .gov domain must not be used for political campaign purposes. Illegal content A .gov domain must not be used to distribute or promote material whose distribution violates applicable law. Malicious cyber activity...

Annually. As a domain contact, you’ll receive several reminder emails. If your domain names are not kept current, they will be removed from active status.

Email your authorization letter to registrar@dotgov.gov, or fax a copy to 540-301-0160.

Only U.S.-based government and public sector organizations are eligible to obtain a .gov domain. This includes any federal, state, local, or territorial government entity, or other publicly controlled entity. It also includes any tribal government recognized by the federal government or a state government. Eligibility is determined by the DotGov Program, which will be informed...

.gov domains are free to all U.S. based government entities.

The DotGov Program is managed by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.

Support is available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. eastern time on federal working days, and 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies.

Email registrar@dotgov.gov or call 1-877-734-4688.

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