Government Web work cost $750,000

Yesterday's the province rolled out its new DataBC and Open Information Websites, which will provide the public with access to government data sets and freedom of information responses. But that roll out also included a refresh of the government's home page. So how much did all of that work, which was mostly done in-house, cost? An estimated $750,000 for all three sites. Although the government has stressed all of that money came from funding already allocated to the ministry of labour, citizens' services and open government.

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I've checked this new web site out and it doesn't provide anymore information than you can find on individual ministry sites. If you want detail or breakdowns you still have to go through the FOI process. A waste of taxpayer money.

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