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Vermont’s digital overhaul continues with launch of new website

May 2, 2019

The state of Vermont on Tuesday launched a new government website, the latest in a series of new products created by the state’s Agency of Digital Services that officials say have saved taxpayers $5.6 million over the last 18 months.

The overhaul of is the first step toward the agency’s creation of more online services, John Quinn, the state’s chief information officer, told StateScoop. Previously, the website contained hundreds of unassociated links in a format that made it difficult for residents to access specific information and applications, like driver’s license renewals and tax return statuses. The new site, with a central search bar and drop-down “live,” “work,” and “government” tabs, is designed to organize the topics that Vermonters care most about.

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