La noticia es antigua, del año 2013, ahora no sería noticia, pero me ha parecido gracioso encontrarla: It’s Official: US Government Endorses Responsive Web Design.
La noticia cita el informe DIGITAL GOVERNMENT: BUILDING A 21ST CENTURY PLATFORM TO BETTER SERVE THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, en el que pone:
Mission drives agencies, and the need to deliver better services to customers at a lower cost—whether an agency is supporting the warfighter overseas, a teacher seeking classroom resources or a family figuring out how to pay for college—is pushing every level of government to look for new solutions.
Early mobile adopters in government—like the early web adopters—are beginning to experiment in pursuit of innovation.
Customer-centric government means that agencies respond to customers’ needs and make it easy to find and share information and accomplish important tasks.
Using modern tools and technologies such as responsive web design and search engine optimization is critical if the government is to adapt to an ever-changing digital landscape and deliver services to any device, anytime, anywhere. Similarly, optimizing content for modern platforms, rather than just translating content from paper-based documents to the Web, will help ensure the American people and employees can access content regardless of platform. Agencies will need to keep current with the latest design concepts and refresh content delivery mechanisms to ensure the highest performance.
These imperatives are not new, but many of the solutions are. We can use modern tools and technologies to seize the digital opportunity and fundamentally change how the Federal Government serves both its internal and external customers— building a 21st century platform to better serve the American People.
Lo dice claramente, “Using modern tools and technologies such as responsive web design and search engine optimization”.