Convera, a leading provider of search and categorization software for enterprises and government agencies, announced that its new Taxonomy Workbench will help government agencies comply with the E-Government Act of 2002. Through customized taxonomy creation, the Workbench allows agencies to improve the way public information is organized on government Web sites.

A complete set of tools for organizing large amounts of disparate government data, the Taxonomy Workbench reduces the time and expense required to comply with Section 207 of the E-Government Act of 2002. User friendly and interactive, the Workbench is designed for easy use by information managers, librarians, and subject matter experts. Using the Workbench to create taxonomies, key agency personnel can integrate their collective knowledge and expertise to organize vast quantities of data in an automated environment.

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