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The City of Gijón website is one of Spain´s Top 5

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(Total de votos recibidos 445)

(Puntuación 2,98)

The City of Gijón website is one of Spain´s Top 5
The annual diagnostic by Spanish daily newspaper El País reveals the website´s high level of usefulness and its lack of errors
According to the latest diagnostic of municipal websites produced by Spanish daily newspaper El País every year, the Gijón City Council website is one of the best among the 93 cities and province capitals with a population of 75,000+. It is ranked FIFTH, up from its SEVENTH place in the 2005 evaluation. RANKING. Zaragoza 288,5 points Barcelona 286.1 Castellón 269.2 Hospitalet 251.5 Gijón 246.1 Oviedo is ranked 57th, with 123.65 points Avilés is ranked 58th, with 120.96 points The analysis covers a total of 15 aspects that correspond to as many services the website must provide: forms, paperwork, digital certificate, payments, business tracking, citizen´s folder, city map, public transportation, minutes of City Council meetings, search engine, web map, mailbox, telephone, blog access, and information for mobile phones. Gijón covers 14 of these 15 aspects, the pending one being the digital certificate. WEBSITE EVALUATION "VERY USEFUL" Visits per month: 218,395 The municipal website is included in the select group of 12 cities that comply with the compulsory accessibility requirements. From January 1, it is mandatory by law that the Administration complies with the first two levels of accessibility: SERIOUS AND REPAIRABLE. Gijón passes WITH HIGH MARKS the accessibility test developed by the Information and Communication Technology Centre (CTIC), as it is lacking in errors of any kind: neither serious, nor moderate or repairable. As far as accessibility, this website ranks FOURTH. This test checks automatically the degree of accessibility anywhere in the website. Presently, the website processes 25 percent of the usual paperwork procedures. The goal is to reach 50 percent by 2009. So far, about 4,500 virtual files have been thus processed this year.