Web Content Managers Forum

Web community members at a DGU training classIf you manage a U.S. government website, or author digital content for your agency, this group is for you! The Web Content Managers Forum is a community of government employees who share ideas, challenges, lessons learned, and best practices in managing the content of government websites. Discussion topics cover content strategy, accessibility, user experience, plain language, and more.

The Forum is open to U.S. government employees and contractors with a government email address. We’ve been working together (along with the Federal Web Managers Council) since October 2000 to improve the content and usability of U.S. government websites. If you’d like to join the Forum, follow the instructions at the bottom of this page.

Forum members regularly collaborate with other DigitalGov Communities–consider joining if any of these interest you:

How to Join the Web Content Managers Forum

Please note, you must be an employee of the U.S. government, and have a government email address, to join the Forum.

U.S. federal government employee or contractor

Step 1: Register via the MAX Federal Community
(If you already have a MAX account, proceed to Step 2.)

Step 2: In MAX, join the “Web and New Media Community”

If you’re a government employee, you’ll also be subscribed to the Web Content Managers Listserv.

State, local, territorial, or tribal U.S. government employee or contractor

Complete the Non-Federal Employee Registration form below, then follow the instructions in the email confirmation you’ll receive from MAX.
If you’re a government employee, you’ll also be subscribed to the Web Content Managers Listserv.

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