SHARE TWEET Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf PA.gov That Works: New and Improved Site Search Innovation, PA.gov That Works, The Blog PA.gov That Works is a series of blog posts dedicated to Pennsylvania digital initiatives. In this post, we’re talking about the latest updates to site search on PA.gov.Our past several updates to PA.gov have been focused on making it easier to find what you’re looking for. We simplified our homepage by eliminating features users didn’t find to be helpful and we unveiled several new features that put popular information and resources just one click away.Our latest updates are all about improving one of the most basic methods of navigating a website: site search. Two key improvements have made it easier to perform a search on PA.gov from start to finish.Search BarOur new search bar is embedded in the top navigation bar so you can start a search from any page on PA.gov. Because the navigation bar is sticky (fixed in one place) the search bar is accessible from anywhere on the website without having to scroll. On mobile, the search is accessible from any page by clicking the magnifying glass icon in the navigation.Search PageEntering a search term in the search bar will take you to our improved search page. Here you will see results for your search term separated into featured results and all results.Featured ResultsFeatured results are made up of two sections: Top Results and News.Top Results include agency websites and direct links to popular services and information. These results have been curated based on user analytics. Each top results card includes a category label to help you find what you’re looking for. You can view all of the top results by clicking the “More top results” link.News includes the most recent press releases from commonwealth agencies related to your search term. Similar to the top results cards, each news card includes an agency label to help you find what you’re looking for and you can view all of the news results by clicking the “More news results” link.All ResultsAll Results is essentially a Google search across commonwealth websites. Each card includes the URL of the destination page, and you can navigate the All Results section using the pagination that appears at the bottom of the section. We’re still working on improving the results in this section, so let us know if you find any broken links or misinformation.We’re always testing better ways to connect Pennsylvanians with government services online and we want to hear from you! Have any suggestions for how we can improve PA.gov? Check out our website and take the feedback survey. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter By: Kate Landis, Deputy Director of Digital Communications and Strategy February 12, 2018
Morrison Hershfield recently received the 2017 Yukon Engineering Excellence Award recognizing the Mayo River Flood Control Project for Excellence in Engineering.The Mayo River Flood Control Project has significantly contributed to protecting the Village of Mayo against adverse effects related to winter flooding on the River, according to the Morrison’s announcement.It has provided future recreational opportunities near the lower Mayo River, allowing access to this natural area for residents.Given the complexity of the issue and high degree of uncertainty, Morrison Hershfield identified a series of measures that could be implemented incrementally. These measures included:Develop and implement a winter operation protocol;Increase hydraulic capacity of Mayo River;Provide bank stabilization;Permanently establish diversion channels.The Yukon Engineering Excellence Award is presented to projects that are sustainable, considerate of the environment, serve the community and demonstrate how engineering can enhance quality of life for communities.The project demonstrates applied research, design, innovation, construction and project management approach that represents a truly “unique Yukon and Northern solution” to a difficult challenge for the government of Yukon.[mappress mapid=”24230″]
Basketball players of Igokea have won the title of the champion of BiH after defeating Široki Wwin from Široki Brijeg in Aleksandrovac with 74:69, reports sportsport.baAlthough Široki opened the match well, but the first half time finished 45:36 for Igokea, and the lead Igokea had remained until the match finished.The most efficient player of Igokea was Corsley Edwards with 25 points, Hammonds 14 and Jones was the best players of Široki with 17 points.