Requesting a website or website redesign is a simple process. Whether you need to set up a brand new website with information about your area/office/program or a complicated financial tracking database system, you will need to submit certain forms to get the process going. All information noted here applies to ALL IHS.gov work provided by Web Services and/or any other contracts outside of it.
Note: Content must be nearly completed when WSRF is submitted and design/development work should not begin until the project is approved.
The forms include the:
Business Needs Statement (Note: Accessing this system requires IHS Network Access.)
Identifies the business need for a proposed investment or project, including a brief description of the proposed project’s purpose, goals, and scope.
Website Planning Guide Checklist
[PDF - 144KB]
Checklist used for all new static websites. The planning guide will help you organize and meet Federal guidelines.
Website Redesign Planning Guide Checklist
[Word - 80KB]
Checklist used for existing websites that need a makeover for content, look and feel, or to meet Federal web requirements.
- Website Content Update Request Form [Word - 25KB]
For all minor changes to your existing website, including text, images, and documents. Fill out and send the form to your Web Team Representative. If you don’t know who that is, send the name and URL of your website to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Request Type||Online Web Service Request Form||Business Needs Statement||Planning Guide Checklist||Redesign Planning Guide Checklist||Content Update Request Form|