Government portal revamped
The Government has overhauled internet portal govt.nz, which is designed to provide a front door to public sector services on the internet.
Internal Affairs digital strategist Jared Gulian said $2 million had been spent on the new website.
One new feature is an application programme interface (api) which will let businesses incorporate parts of the site into their own online services.
Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne said that "by grouping content in the way users look for it, information will be simple, easy to find and relevant".
The original govt.nz portal was launched in 2002 with similar intentions, but Gulian said it had just become a "link farm".
- The Dominion Post