Assembly Bill 1637 – Requires All Local Governments To Use .Gov Or .Ca.Gov Internet Websites And Email Addresses

CATEGORY: Public Education Matters
CLIENT TYPE: Public Education
DATE: Dec 06, 2023

AB 1637 requires all local agencies, defined as city, county, or city and county that maintain an internet website for use by the public or maintains public email addresses for its employees to utilize a “.gov” top-level domain or a “.ca.gov” second-level domain for local agency’s website and email addresses by January 1, 2029.  If the local agency uses a public website that is noncompliant by January 1, 2029, the local agency must redirect website to a domain name that utilizes a “.gov” top-level domain or a “.ca.gov” second-level domain.

(AB 1637 adds Section 50034 to the Government Code.)

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