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Matt Roberts, Director of Communications
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PHOENIX – In our ever-expanding digital age, an organization’s online presence is more important than ever. That’s why Secretary Michele Reagan is pleased to announce she has unveiled the completely redesigned, mobile enabled, www.azsos.gov. The revamped website makes good on her campaign commitment to modernize the systems that provide important information to Arizona’s citizens.
AZSOS.gov serves as a centralized clearinghouse of information related to business filings, elections and voting information, the Address Confidentiality Program and much more. With useful links to the various divisions under the purview of the Secretary of State’s office, citizens can utilize the site as a starting point to find everything from lobbyist reports and the official rules of the state to the Digital Arizona Library and latest exhibit in the Capitol Museum.
“During the campaign, I made a promise to Arizona’s voters that I would work to improve any antiquated technologies or outdated systems,” said Secretary Reagan. “Near the top of the list of priorities, were upgrades to the website to increase transparency and make doing business in the state easier. Over the past few months, our in-house IT professionals and web experts made it their mission to make the site more user-friendly with simplified navigation and intuitive browsing. I think most people will agree that the new AZSOS.gov is a great step forward.
“It’s also exciting to note that we aren’t finished with this website refresh,” continued Reagan. “Over the summer, we’ll also unveil the new interactive campaign finance reporting system. The platform will provide more precise information as to who is influencing our elections and integrates a new program we designed named “Follow the Money.”
“I believe that the people of Arizona will be more likely to engage with their state government if we give them technology that is easy to use and understandable. A refreshed AZSOS.gov is the first step.”