Website Maintenance Requirements and the Web Governance Team

clock August 21, 2014 15:48
Starting in December, the Web Governance Team will invite all Web Coordinators and their teams to two website maintenance meetings. These meetings, which will happen in December and June, will give offices the chance to share how they've improved their websites. We've updated the Website Maintenance and Content Analysis pages with the new process. [More]


Remember Your Marketing Plan and Content Review for New Projects

clock July 1, 2011 15:32
As mentioned in recent Web Coordinator Meetings, we’ve instituted two new elements in our website development process.

One of the new requirements is to include a marketing plan for any project coming to the Project Review Team for its initial meeting. The goal is to ensure that as new EERE websites are created, there’s an accompanying strategy for how they are promoted. Examples of marketing avenues include widgets, blog and Facebook posts, GovDelivery notifications, cross-posting on other EERE websites, etc. [More]


The Importance of Maintaining your Content

clock July 13, 2009 18:45
Have you reviewed your site's content lately? It may surprise you to know that readers often cut and paste content for other purposes. Are they getting the most current information?

Each EERE site area is required to have a maintenance plan to ensure that the site is up to date. A template for a maintenance plan can be found on our page about Maintenance Plans.

Maintenance is more than just fixing broken links. Regularly reviewing your content assures that your site is a reliable source for the most up-to-date data and information from your program. For more information on reviewing site content (and removing old content), refer to the page on Maintaining Content.

If you have any questions about maintenance or maintenance plans, feel free to leave a comment! [More]


Maintenance Plans

clock August 16, 2007 09:50
Keeping your site current and of high quality is an important public service. It is a requirement of the EERE Web site policy that each Web site file a maintenance plan before going live. By submitting a plan, the Web site manager makes a commitment to ensuring the quality of their program's Web site content. [More]


Maintenance and Archival of EERE Web Sites

clock March 19, 2007 08:00
To continue to ensure that EERE Web sites maintain their high quality, we have established technical and content standards for the maintenance of EERE sites. This is a reminder that recommended activities for your overall maintenance plan are posted on the EERE Communications Standards site. [More]