By timothy from Slashdot's like-whatever-you-want-man department
By timothy from Slashdot's regression-testing department
dcblogs writes "Complaints about the performance of USAjobs.gov, the government's central website for job applicants, are piling up after the U.S. took control this month of the site from Monster.com. The government's official Facebook page has seen nothing but negative comments from users about lag time, search engine failures, and other problems since the U.S. Office of Personnel Management built a new site. The government employs more than 2.6 million people. Linda Rix, the co-CEO of Avue Technologies Corp., a federal contractor who has tested the site, said this about the federal effort: 'They are a personnel management agency, they are not a technology company, and this clearly demonstrates that they don't have the technology skills to be able to do this.'"
They're working it, though — one of their recent Facebook updates says "Quick update: The three new blade servers have increased our capacity and the system is running smoothly."Read Replies (0)