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1. NCPTT

Part of the National Park Service, NCPTT protects America’s historic legacy by equipping preservation professionals with progressive technology-based research and training. NCPTT is an important part of our nation’s preservation and conservation community which, in turn, is a vital part of our nation’s cultural life. NCPTT serves the community that fostered its creation and, in turn, serves the nation and the world.

2. Bee informed partnership

WordPress is trusted by some of the highest-profile sites on the Web. The White House has been using open source CMSs since 2009, and WordPress since 2018. In 2021, the Biden administration chose to continue using WordPress for their new site.

3. Ocean city, maryland

The Clerk’s Office is committed to four key elements of local democracy: conducting orderly elections; maintaining safe, sound and accessible records; conducting orderly Council proceedings, and securing the public’s right to access government records while protecting legitimate governmental interests and the privacy rights of individual citizens. The Municipal Clerk works with all branches of government and serves as the City’s general point of contact for the public.

4. The white house

WordPress is trusted by some of the highest-profile sites on the Web. The White House has been using open source CMSs since 2009, and WordPress since 2018. In 2021, the Biden administration chose to continue using WordPress for their new site.

5. thisisFINLAND

thisisFINLAND forms an attractive window on Finland for everyone interested in our country, its culture and its people. Produced by the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and published by the Finland Promotion Board, thisisFINLAND was originally established in 1995 as Virtual Finland.

6. Air force live

The official blog of the US Air Force, US Air Force Live, is a blog maintained by the Air Force Public Affairs Agency. The site is intended to be used as a conduit between the Airmen of the Air Force and online readers. This site is designed to have posts written by any Airman, anywhere at anytime. The site is a reflection of the men and women serving in the Air Force.

7. Courts and tribunals judiciary of england and wales

Information about the Courts and Tribunals Judiciary of England and Wales. Read the latest judgments, news and speeches.

8. United states mission geneva

The United States Mission to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva is America’s largest overseas multilateral diplomatic post. The Mission handles all dealings and communications with the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva, as well as with the 150 plus other countries that also maintain permanent missions to the United Nations in Geneva.

9. Sweden’s official site

The website is the official source for facts about Sweden. It is publicly funded, with four organisations behind it: the Swedish Institute; the Swedish Government Offices, including the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications; Business Sweden; and VisitSweden.

10. PMIndia.gov

The official website of Prime Minister’s Office, Government of India.

11. The NHS leadership academy

The NHS Leadership Academy exists to develop outstanding leadership in health, in order to improve people’s health and their experiences of the NHS. It is a national organisation for all involved in healthcare. The website introduces the health system to leadership through our globally renowned leadership framework. Visitors are encouraged to grow as leaders with the programmes we have on offer and allows the sharing of leadership stories with the community.

12. City of albert lea

Albert Lea is a city in southeastern Minnesota and is home to approximately 20,000 people. The City of Albert Lea’s decision to switch its website to to WordPress saved the city over $19,000. It is now easier and less expensive for city officials to update the website and continue to provide content to the city’s residents, visitors, and local businesses.

13. Ireland’s department of arts, heritage and the gaeltacht

The Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht oversees the conservation, preservation, protection and presentation of Ireland’s heritage and cultural assets. Our goals are to promote and protect Ireland’s heritage and culture, to advance the use of the Irish language, to support the sustainable development of the islands and to develop cultural tourism.


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