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Commerce Seeking Public Feedback on Digital Strategy

The Commerce Department wants the public’s help on deciding how to use mobile optimization and application programming interfaces for its digital strategy, the department announced Wednesday.

The department said it is aiming to meet the Office of Management and Budget’s Aug. 23 deadline for applying at least two modern tools and technologies, required under the White House’s Federal Digital Strategy.

APIs and mobile-optimization are ripe for improvement and can be updated, the department said.

For APIs, the Commerce has identified two of its websites, the American Community Survey, NTIA news and news from the Office of the Commerce Secretary as areas to update.

For mobile optimization, Commerce has identified five websites for mobile optimization including its main page, BIS.DOC.GOV, Export.gov, MBDA.gov and ESA.gov.

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