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Digital Government by Darrell M. West

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APPENDIX I

Coding Instructions for Government WebsiteContent Analysis

Website name: [Enter name]

Eligible sites include: major courts, legislature, major elected officials, major departments, major agencies serving crucial functions such as health, human services, taxation, education, corrections, economic development, administration, natural resources, transportation, elections, defense, and business regulation

City/state/country: [Enter code for specific city, state, or country]

Branch: [Code 1 for executive branch, 2 for legislative branch, 3 for judicial branch, and 4 for portal page (the homepage for each state that serves as the gateway for all the websites of a particular state)]

The legislature and judiciary often have their own portal-like ...

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