While government Web sites generally outperform their commercial counterparts with respect to Web application accuracy, new findings unveiled today by The Business Internet Group of San Francisco (BIG-SF) reveal that a majority of federal Web sites still experience application failures.
In its "Report on Government Web Application Integrity," BIG-SF encountered errors at 68 percent of the top-performing government Web sites using tools that track actual user sessions. The 41 sites audited for the study were selected based on their inclusion in the Keynote Government 40 Internet Performance Index for the week of February 9, 2003. TeaLeaf Technology, the pioneer in Web application management, commissioned the independent study.
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