The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) updated their public facing website, FLETC.gov, to Drupal v8, November 19, 2020, providing a new look and feel with a mobile responsive design that will automatically deliver the content our audiences want.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and FLETC coordinated planning efforts and successful execution of the project. The planning for the update began in 2019 with design concepts, content clean up, consolidation and organization of stakeholders. The update to Drupal v8 greatly enhances the capability of the FLETC.gov website for the public.
Improvements to the FLETC.gov website will include:
- A new mobile responsive design provides excellent customer experience for mobile users, allowing ease of site content access from your browser, phone or tablet.
- Conforms to U.S. Web Design System (USWDS) designed for the federal government and new DHS standards. USWDS provides guidelines to create trustworthy, accessible, and consistent digital government services.
- Makes the website easier to navigate, provides feedback, and implements best practices for optimal end user experience.
- Updates are consistent with DHS and other federal government websites.
Home (Left) and Mobile (Right) Versions below:
FLETC, a component of the Department of Homeland Security, was established in 1970 to provide basic and advanced law enforcement training to federal agencies. The FLETC enterprise comprises training delivery points located in Glynco, Georgia; Artesia, New Mexico; Cheltenham, Maryland; and Charleston, South Carolina.
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