In addition to John's terrific suggestions, ask to see some of the work that
the developers have already done.  Nothing speaks louder than that.

I'd be more than happy to offer assistance along the way.  You can check out
the Records Management Website at the INEEL @
if you'd care to see some of my work.  I don't think it's been updated since
I moved to Tennessee though.  It might give you a few ideas of things to
include in your website.

Take care,

Donna P. Wilson
Information Management Analyst
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Barbara Compton [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 16, 2002 2:25 PM
> To:   [log in to unmask]
> Subject:      Developing and maintaining a Web site
> The Cleveland/Akron ARMA Chapter is going to develop a web site and we are
> looking for guidance.  We have a couple of contracts from people who do
> this, but quite frankly I'm not sure how to evaluate them.  So what do I
> look for.  I know there are initial questions that cover development and
> then maintenance.  Where should I start?  What are the kinds of questions
> to
> ask.  Thanks.
> Barbara Compton CRM
> The Cleveland Foundation
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