Public + Us = A New Name for This Blog

What is Publicus?
GWW Staff

GWW Opinion

GWW Staff

March 9, 2017

Publicus is the new name for the blog and newsletter of GovWebworks. The goal of Publicus is to join forces with agencies and vendors to share online innovations in the public sector.

The word Publicus is from the Latin for “what is done for the sake of the state.” Our aim is to help all of us in the public sector to provide better online services.

Every month, we post articles about the creative solutions we’ve seen employed to improve service discovery and delivery online. Some are in the context of projects we’ve worked on ourselves, others are good ideas we’ve found from other agencies and vendors.

In turn, we invite you to share with us the online obstacles you see in the public sector. We’ll find and post examples of how these obstacles are being overcome.

At GovWebworks, we believe that accessible, user-centric online tools can foster and strengthen the relationship between government and the people they serve. Not only do these tools make the job easier for agencies, they make life better for citizens.

Publicus: Latin for "of or belonging to the people, State, or community; that is done for the sake of the State; public, common"

Who is GovWebworks?

GovWebworks is an operating division of Portland Webworks, which has been supporting the public sector for over a decade. Our mission is to provide government agencies with innovative solutions for service discovery and delivery in order to positively impact the lives of the citizens they serve.

Our invitation to you

Check out the articles in our blog.

Connect with us in the following ways:

  • Email us and tell us about the issues your agency is currently facing.
  • Share the issues you face in the comments section of this blog.
  • Follow us on Twitter to broaden the conversation.
  • Forward this email to others so they can sign on.
  • Contact us to schedule a free consultation.

We look forward to learning with you. Thank you for your attention and support!

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