Prince William County Seeking Citizen Feedback on Website

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Prince William County, Virginia – Prince William County is recruiting citizens to help identify ways to improve the County’s website, pwcgov.org.

The County’s Department of Information Technology and Office of Communications are conducting surveys, convening focus groups, and scheduling individual interview sessions. Members of the community who are willing to donate their time to assist are being sought. Specifically, County staff is seeking individuals who are willing to participate in one or more of the following activities:

· Online Survey (5-10 minutes);

· Online Navigational Assessment (20 minutes);

· In-person usability testing sessions (1 hour); and/or

· In-person focus group session (1 hour).

Members of the community who are interested in participating can fill out a recruitment questionnaire at http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07e7suttcvhivvwlgy/start.

According to officials, the results will be used to understand how satisfied citizens are with the latest iteration of the County’s website and to identify ways to improve access to information on the site.

“By reaching out to citizens we hope to gain valuable feedback about what types of information are most important to residents and businesses when they use our website,” said Jason D. Grant, Director of Communications for Prince William County. “We are continuously reevaluating the best way to organize website content to meet the needs of citizens and hearing directly from citizens will guide us through that process. “

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