Information Management In Public Services
RSS Feeds

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, or Rich Site Summary and is a format of XML used for content syndication and distribution.

Why should I use a Government Computing RSS feed?

Government Computing provides several different RSS feeds and offers the headline of the article/company, a brief description and links back to the relevant page on the Government Computing site. This enables you to feature fresh, constantly updated content on your site.

Government Computing reserves the right to cease distributing the RSS feeds at any time and for any reason. It is forbidden to post full text content on your site.

Business Review reserves the right to cease distributing the RSS feeds at any time and for any reason. It is forbidden to post full text content on your site.

How do I integrate the feed with my site?

Numerous methods of integration exist, including simple Perl, PHP and ASP scripts. If you require a parsing script please visit Hotscripts. Many are available at no cost.

For further information on integration with your web site please contact Jake Sharp, Government Computing’s Publisher.

How do I get a feed?

Simply click on the relevant link to the right. This will then show you the feed in your browser window.






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