VOTE.GOV

2018 SERVICE TO THE CITIZEN AWARD WINNERS

2018 SERVICE TO THE CITIZEN AWARD WINNERS

The General Services Administration created Vote.gov in 2015 with a team of USA.gov staff and Presidential Innovation Fellows.  Vote.gov was created to provide an online tool to help citizens register to vote.

 

Currently Vote.USA.gov provides one easy and simple place for U.S. citizens to find information about how they can register to vote in their state.  The user-interface is clean and mobile-friendly and offers citizens one clear call to action. Currently there are 37 states that offer online voting and if their state doesn’t offer online voting it will direct them to the National Voter Registration form or told how they can register to vote in person in their state.

 

In 2016, the Vote.gov team worked together with 18F and implemented an improved version of Vote.gov to include available versions in Spanish, updated visual design, faster site entrance, and the site was deployed on cloud.gov.  In September, 2016, Vote.gov received over five million user visits, among the highest count ever recorded by a government website in a single day. Vote.gov has helped over four million people register to vote since 2015.

MEGHAN DALY

LEAD, CONTACT CENTER OF EXCELLENCE,

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

JOHN YUDA

DIRECTOR, PUBLIC EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

 

YOZ GRAHAME

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

KATE SAUL

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

JACOB BOWERS

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

ROGER RUIZ

DIRECTOR, PUBLIC EXPERIENCE PORTFOLIO

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

 

ARANTXA PIPEROVA

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

CAROLYN DEW

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

MAYA BEN-ARI

DIGITAL INNOVATION SPECIALIST

GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

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