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NINDS Wins 'Best Feds on the Web'

The NINDS web site — www.ninds.nih.gov — was recently selected as one of this year's "Best Feds on the Web" by GovExec.com — the web site of Government Executive magazine. NINDS' site was one of 10 winners chosen from 55 nominations.

According to GovExec, "Visitors to [the NINDS site] will find invaluable information on neurological disorders, ranging from Parkinson's disease to narcolepsy. It includes entire sections devoted to funding programs and patient studies. The site's low-key design is more practical than eye-catching, but the depth of information — particularly on rare disorders — along with its accessibility, make it worth the visit."

The winning web sites — which hail from a variety of federal agencies and cover a wide range of topics including public health, air traffic control and patents — were chosen based on the following criteria: provides excellent customer service to the public by having a well-designed site that includes a large amount of useful information; uses the web to improve business practices in their agencies or across government; and/or makes use of new technologies that other federal sites should consider emulating.

Government Executive is a monthly business magazine for senior executives and managers in federal departments and agencies. For the full list of winning web sites, visit http://www.govexec.com/bestfeds/.


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