I spotted some figures from research firm comScore (via Netimperative.com) which shows traffic to the country’s two leading e-government sites shooting upwards in January, after (presumably) a quiet December. They reckon Directgov had 3.118 million UK visitors aged 15+, and Job Centre Plus had 2.683m. That’s the first time I’ve seen figures putting Directgov ahead of JC+. And if the comScore numbers all stand up, that means 10.4% of the UK online population looked at Directgov during January. Finally delivering on that promise?