The emergence of e-government a lot lately ought make us proud. Full Site attractive images provide information about the insight needed wider community. This course supports the progress of the region. However, unfortunately there were many flaws here and there. There are four points that should be considered further that our website look good.

Display and Navigation
Based on the observation, most of the e-govern-ment strongly emphasize a magnificent view and with royalnya put a lot of pictures and trappings sweetener appearance of the site. Still also coupled with the presence of a frame that makes navigation simple enough. Beautiful indeed but difficult to access.

We often forget that the internet connection in state-lauan Kepu is very limited. If any are available, the speed is faltering. Let alone on the other islands, on the island of Java, which has a more stable infrastructure was often problematic internet access.

Consider why Google, Yahoo! and Craiglists keep their appearance that is dominated by text, not images. Whereas in their home countries and other countries use broadband connections already plural. The answer: that information more quickly and easily accessible to everyone indiscriminately.

Simple display also allows a page of information about an area saved or printed for the purposes of the user. If necessary provide selection between sites display the graphical version (graphic version) and the version of the text (text version or lite version).

Update Content Site
Bureaucracy in the levels of hierarchy makes announcements apparatus hampered the government once, news and data. As a result, the user will get the information that is outdated and not actual. Update the content can be made more efficient if the job-description of each stakeholder is clear and systematic in the groove. It should be stressed that the maintenance of a site would be more efficient if done little people (read: small and special teams) who manage vast resources.

Will be very productive even if only more people involved to discuss in an open forum. Whether in the form of blog posts uneg-grievances and false advice, mailing lists, electronic guest book (guestbook) to attach comments and criticism, as well as feedback from citizens email delivery. Working closely with content providers, whether private or internal, is indispensable. For example, e-government can menampangkan weather forecast of meteorological and geophysics agency reports. Hot news special highlight areas can be supplied from the print and electronic media, whether national or local.

Information Flow
Interaction with the community can also be constructed with ease the flow of information through the e-government sort posel Internet technology (electronic mail - e-mail) and RSS (really simple syndication). Users can subscribe to updated information such as news and announcements by subscribing government (subscribe) content received through the site through their posel without having to bother opening the site.

RSS can be used to access the site's content quickly via two ways. First with the Mozilla Firefox browser already supports RSS (either atomic or xml). Second, by reading the site content via a newsreader - electronic news reader application without having to open the site in question. It is also expected, the information presented can be stored, used and duplicated freely. That way flow of information can be spread more effectively by leveraging its role.

Media Liaison (Hub)
E-governance should be able to act as a "portal" for hundreds of local sites that support the distribution of local information. Imagine if only e-government capable of clicking a link in the present various categories and subcategories laiknya Yahoo! page or Craiglists. These links can accommodate local government related sites, a list of NGO websites, directory websites to local community organizations, local commercial sites and links to websites academics. If possible me-site registration facility available directly to the government website directory. Kese-luruhan above points will make e-government more accessible to the community. Indeed, humility and reflection necessary to understand properly what it wants its citizens. Namely, a gate that can be opened regional insight fast, lightweight, and convenient. Even though it means having to remodel and reimagine e-government.

Aloysius Heriyanto
Observer Information Technology, Sanata Dharma University alumnus