top level domains

Just 25% of election offices have moved to .gov websites

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A report found that just 25% of local election officials have moved their websites to the .gov domain, which is considered more trusted and secure.

Locals' .gov adoption is getting better, but still slow

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More local governments have moved to the top-level domain since CISA waived a $400 fee, but there's still a long way to go, writes Georgia's former CTO.

CISA makes .gov domains available for free

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The federal government will no longer charge agencies $400 to register a .gov site — at least for the rest of this year.

Stimulus bill includes .gov bill to help states and localities move domains

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The NASCIO-backed DOTGOV Act would potentially drop the $400 annual fees state and local governments pay for sites on the federally administered domain.

Most counties' election sites still lack .gov and HTTPS, McAfee says

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Very few of more than 3,000 websites run by county election officials employ two basic government cybersecurity protocols, according to a new report.

CISA and states tell Senate more cybersecurity resources needed

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Officials from Michigan and Texas joined CISA Director Chris Krebs to tell the Senate Homeland Security Committee that despite progress in coordination, more cybersecurity aid is needed.

NASCIO supports Senate bill helping local governments adopt .gov domain

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State CIOs put their voice behind a measure that would help their local counterparts move to the federally administrated top-level domain reserved for governments.

To support local economy, dot-Boston web domains open for pre-order

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Nonprofits, government organizations and local businesses are being encouraged to purchase as a means to lift the city's profile and raise grant funding for technology education programs.

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