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  • 1. Proactive Public Communication GovDelivery is the world's leading proactive public communication solution, offering government an effective method of reaching, informing and continually engaging the public. GovDelivery allows website visitors to subscribe to information of specific interest to them, creating a personalised portfolio of relevant information. When this content changes GovDelivery automatically sends multi-channel messages alerting them of new or updated information, encouraging subscribers back to the website. Clients include Parliament, Highways Agency, Met Office, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), Driving Standards Agency (DSA), Norfolk County Council, and Norwich City Council. Did you know? Interesting facts about GovDelivery… Since January 2010, more than 690 million messages have been sent through GovDelivery on behalf of our 370+ public sector clients worldwide! GovDelivery has more than doubled the number of UK organisations communicating through its platform in the past year. GovDelivery delivers, on average, 75 email messages per second! More than 18.3 million people around the world subscribe to messages sent through GovDelivery. Parliament has sent more than 46.5 million messages through GovDelivery, the largest number of any UK government organisation. The largest subscriber list for a single government agency using GovDelivery is 850,000 citizens. During the recent spell of cold weather and snow in the UK, Met Office experienced an 855% increase in subscribers to severe weather warnings. Leveraging Web 2.0 tools, such as Twitter® and YouTube®, enable more effective and transparent government, promote engagement and feedback. GovDelivery Social Media Integration allows agencies to connect popular social media sites to a foundational email communication strategy to further automate the communication process and reach an expanded public audience. GovDelivery’s Digital Subscription Management (DSM) solution now offers updates through email, text message and RSS. GovDelivery also helps agencies utilise additional channels to improve communication through its “Discuss This Email” blog, Information Sharing Widgets, and social media integration capabilities. The most popular of GovDelivery information sharing widgets is the H1N1 News widget created on behalf of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which has reached more than 200,000 people from a total of 8,500,000+ views. It has been installed on over 500 individual webpages. To learn more about GovDelivery, visit www.govdelivery.co.uk ; email info@govdelivery.com ; call 0800 032 5769