Original title: the third provincial government website random checks published a website column 5 years did not update
Chu Tian Metropolitan Newspaper (reporter Chen Lingmo) a "director's mailbox" inquiry, more than three months before the reply; a site's individual columns, 5 years no update. Recently, the provincial government office announced the third provincial government website random checks this year.
From September 3 to 11, the provincial government office conducted a spot check on 612 of the 767 government websites in operation in the province, focusing on the second spot check of unqualified websites this year, and found that 11 websites were unqualified.
Some websites lack supervision, the information is not updated for a long time, and there are more blank columns. For example, Hubei traffic pipeline network, Luotian County People's Government network, a number of dynamic categories, policy column update is not timely. The updated time for individual columns of Wuhan Education Bureau is June 2013. There are many blank columns in the network of Xiangyang Health and Family Planning Commission and Huangzhou District People's Government.
Some government websites are not well managed, and the information update is not timely. For example, China Qianjiang network, Hubei Province Science and Technology Department network, some township sub-stations, office sub-stations information update is not timely. The website of Shiyan Civil Affairs Bureau and Xianning Health and Family Planning Commission was not updated in time in the information reporting system of the national government website and could not be opened for spot check.
The interaction of individual government websites is not smooth. Some websites did not respond to the requests of netizens in time, such as the "Director Mailbox" column of the website of the legal office of the Shiyan Municipal People's Government, which has not updated information since December 2017, and there is a phenomenon that netizens only respond to inquiries after more than three months. Some websites have postponed "I'm making mistakes for the government website" messages, far exceeding the "three working days to finish" requirements. For example, Hubei travel network, a message took 17 working days to complete.
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