Akira won a battle to revamp the website of the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation. The ASPE gave Akira a multi-year contract to make its website more interactive, simple and social. Akira has been charged with the task of redesigning the website to increase traffic. Akira is experienced in creating websites that help organizations connect with their publics. Akira will utilize its recent partnership with the web content management software company Acquia.
Akira entered a rigorous contest for this contract and came out victorious. In the first phase of this contest, numerous companies submitted proposals on revamping the ASPE’s website. The ASPE chose five winners from the first phase. These five companies then had to create a prototype for the website in only 10 days. Akira created an outstanding prototype and came out on top.
The ASPE advises the United States Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. The main task of the HHS is to provide services to ensure the health of all Americans. The ASPE advises the HHS on policy and legislation decisions, including research. By making the ASPE’s website more interactive and social, Akira will provide the organization with greater exposure. The simple design of the new website will help inform citizens of crucial services that are directly linked to the protection of their health. Akira is excited to provide the ASPE and Americans with top-notch work.
The Department of Health and Human Services participated in a write-up about the contract: