posted on Jan, 29 2006 @ 03:14 AM
That isn't necessarily an indication that something's going on. It's not uncommon to develop and design a website long before you have the domain
registered, and they don't exactly have a ton of "branding" on there--just the header image, which appears to be the same file spread across the
site. Have one domain in mind while you're designing, turns out you don't get it (although I doubt there's too many people able to take a .gov
domain), change the banner file with the new name and you're golden.
Another thing to keep in mind is that they probably had a ton of information ready to go, it was just a matter of putting it into HTML and throwing it
on the web. Even an average software developer can write a utility to generate a website off of Word docs or text files. I've done it myself (not
that it was ever used outside of testing, unfortunately...) and with a reasonable amount of organization it'd be fairly easy to take a couple of
reams of info (links, reports, whatever) and merge it into a template.
Not saying that there isn't
something going on, just can't really tell from this. Interesting site though