I am a native Texan who has lived all over Texas and understands the challenges of being in a rural area. For the past 30 years I have been an IT professional in big cities and small towns. I have created flyers and built websites for individuals in addition to creating documentation, training resources and updating websites for several of the entities I supported over the years in addition to my main duties of providing computer and network support. The latter part of my career was spent supporting Microsoft’s biggest O365 customers including federal government agencies. That position requires fingerprinting and extensive background checks annually. I recently retired to a rural area of Central Texas and joined the local Volunteer Fire Department where I am an active First Responder. I was quickly made aware of the recent state legislation that requires all Emergency Services Districts throughout the state to have a public website that includes specific information, some of which will need monthly updates. I am working with my local VFD and ESD to get and keep our website updated to comply with that state law and give us a more professional look that will give us a better chance of being awarded grants. I am pleased to use my experience to help any rural Texas ESD that is struggling with how to comply with the new law. I don't charge for consultation and I can provide a very affordable solution suited to your ESD's individual needs and budget. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a member of a rural Texas ESD that needs help with your web presence. I will gladly send you some information to help you get started and answer any questions you may have.