USAJobs Web site attracts record traffic

The Office of Personnel Management announced today that its USAJobs Web site has had 24 million unique visitors and 300 million hits since June. Job applicants have posted more than 1 million online applications since 2003.

USAJobs, which functions as a Web portal for federal job openings and federal employment information, has attracted a record number of visitors in the past few months. OPM officials attribute the sharp increase in traffic partly to new search features and other technical improvements.

In the most recent American Customer Satisfaction Index e-government rating, the site received a score of 77 out of 100. The index ranks more than 80 federal government Web sites, which had an average score of 73.5.

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