Four-star rating for Cumbria council website
Published at 10:06, Tuesday, 04 March 2014
Cumbria County Council’s website is among just five in the country to receive a four-star rating.
It is the first time the authority’s site has received such a high level of praise.
Every year the independent public sector IT body SOCITM analyses hundreds of local authority websites and gives them a star rating for the overall content, functionality and user-friendliness.
In previous years the Cumbrian site had received three and two stars.
The others given four stars this year are Dorset, Kent, Oxfordshire and Surrey.
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