The site just opened up and like many other government agencies there will be the standard ways to email and connect to various state agencies...watch for more to be added including health care in the future...BD
California recently launched the state’s official video channel on YouTube.com. The state Consumer Services Agency said the project would be “cost-neutral,” implemented without additional funds. The state’s E-Services Office will maintain the site, officials said.
California worked with Google to map many of the state’s video playlists on the site. The state's YouTube content ranges from state employee-created media campaigns, such as the Franchise Tax Board’s “Ready Return,” to the Department of Motor Vehicles’ video montage of the Golden State’s scenic driving routes.
The Commonwealth of Virginia, the Office of National Drug Control Policy and Marin County, Calif., all have used the online multimedia service.