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You’d think the United States, a country that hosts many of the world’s most powerful tech companies, would show off some strong design chops on its official websites. Alas, that is rarely the case; just look at the FBI’s page, which looks like it was pulled out of 2005. Thankfully, that should be changing soon. The US Chief Information Officer (CIO) Council – which itself has a pretty outdated website – has released a new set of guidelines and open-source components to help government websites get started on clean, flexible designs that look appropriate for the times. More importantly, government websites should help…

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