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David Bray: FCC Seeks Feedback on Website Updates

David Bray
David Bray

The Federal Communications Commission will continue to seek public comments as it works to update the FCC.gov website.

David Bray, chief information officer of FCC, wrote in a blog post posted Friday the agency has launched a new Beta version of the website that runs on Drupal, an open source platform for web content management.

Bray cited other tools introduced to the website, such as the use of application programming interfaces to link the online portal to the Electronic Document Management System and Electronic Comment Filing System databases and the development of a new taxonomy that works to classify online content.

The FCC will also update apps for use in cloud-based environments and expects to fully launch the new FCC.gov website later in the fall of 2015, Bray added.

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