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    CES Government Conference Intro_slides_day1 CES Government Conference Intro_slides_day1 Presentation Transcript

    • Ian Grainger
      • The United Kingdom and U.S. have similar visitation patterns amongst citizens at the category level – however sites like eBay reach far more of the online population in the U.K. than in the U.S.
      • Member of Parliament for Bridgwater: 2001 – Present
      • Barony of Ayton in Berwickshire: 2007 – Present
      * ThisisSomerset.co.uk: “Ian Liddell-Grainger: in brief”
    • comScore Parliament.UK Profile
      Visitation to Parliament.UK reached a one year high in November 2010 at over 250,000 visitors.
      • Chief Information Officer of the DHS: 2009 – Present
      • Deputy Commissioner of Operations Support and IRS CIO: 2004 – 2008
      66% of visitors to Parliament.UK are female and over 40% of visitors are between the ages of 45-54.
    • Senator Mark Warner
      • Richmond residents are over 50% more likely to visit sites regarding taxes, politics and health care than the average American Internet user.
      • Richmond residents view political sites as often as residents of the nation’s capital, and are more involved in health care topics.
      • U.S. Senator of Virginia: 2008 – Present
      • Governor of Virginia: 2002 – 2006
      Over 10,000 American’s searched “Virginia is for Lovers” in September 2010
      * Warner.Senate.gov: “Mark Warner”
    • Senator Mark Warner
      • The Department of Labor Statistics ranks Virginia as the 9th lowest unemployment rate at 6.8% in November 2010* – however unemployment related searches still rank near the top of reasons why people visit Virginia.gov.
      • Just under 50% of the visitors to Virginia.gov also make a household income of over $75,000, compared to just 35% of the Total Internet.
      • Chairman of Virginia Democratic party: 1995
      • Managed Douglas Wilder’s successful 1989 gubernatorial campaign
      * Warner.Senate.gov: “Mark Warner”
      * Bureau of Labor Statistics, November 2010
    • comScore Senate.gov Profile
      Senate.gov visitors nearly match the demographic composition of the Total Internet.
      • Chief Information Officer of the DHS: 2009 – Present
      • Deputy Commissioner of Operations Support and IRS CIO: 2004 – 2008
      Senate.gov has declined by nearly 50% of its visitation since November 2009.
    • Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley
      • As Internet growth continues, it potentially opens channels of communication for terrorists, who have previously shared bomb-making tactics and hostage videos via websites and chat rooms.
      • Searches for “Al Qaeda,” “Osama Bin Laden,” and “Jihad” total in tens of thousands as news from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan take many Americans to the Internet for more information.
      • Deputy Coordinator, Programs Directorate – Senior Foreign Service: 1985 – Present
      • Managed diplomatic relations with Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria.
      * State.gov: Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley
    • comScore State.gov Profile
      Visitation to State.gov has remained flat year over year, between 2.5 and 3.0 million visitors per month.
      • Chief Information Officer of the DHS: 2009 – Present
      • Deputy Commissioner of Operations Support and IRS CIO: 2004 – 2008
      Many of the top searches to State.gov include searches related to travel and visas.
    • Lt. General Michael Vane
      • A 1% change in civilian unemployment yields a 0.6% increase in Army recruiting, according to U.S. Army spokesman Douglas Smith.*
      • The Air Force and Army websites have the highest number of cross visitors, indicating potential similarities between the branches and their recruits.
      • Director Army Capabilities Integration Center: 2007 – 2010
      • Vice Director, Forces Structure, Resources and Assessment: 2005 – 2007
      * Defense.gov: “Lt. Gen. Michael A. Vane bio”
      * TampaBay.com: “More job seekers choosing military over civilian job market”
    • Lt. General Michael Vane
      • America’s Army, a video game developed by Col. Casey Wardynski to provide more information to prospective recruits, had over 60 thousand visitors in November 2010, largely comprised of males aged 12-34. Visitation peaked at over 170 thousand visitors in October 2009.
      • Commanding General, U.S. Army Air Defense Artillery Center and Fort Bliss: 2003 – 2005
      • Various military positions since 1976, as Platoon Leader
      * Defense.gov: “Lt. Gen. Michael A. Vane bio”