I actually didn't get the keys to the kingdom until February 29, 2016, see the useless website for a hint at what I did that day to gain access. As we speak, having started over from complete scratch late last year, we are in final testing and bug fixes now. The non-tech folks are rewriting and updating content, including me. The useless website is an actual testament to how bad the entire organization had been neglected, and where we were headed. It's my baby now, and it's more than just a website.
This (providing and finding a way to have busy people update content) is a central issue beyond the less visible critical work of making it all function, especially, I'm sure, updated information flow to users on organizational news, personal standing, and upcoming and past match info.
It's interesting that it is in final testing and looking forward to the result. If this new rollout does not do it, I hope in the future the USPSA website could provide a framework/template for subordinate entities, such as Areas, Sections and even clubs to provide some common information to shooters trying to access the sport.