On Thursday, July 18th, the 2013 Digital Counties Survey awards were announced by the Center for Digital Government in conjunction with the National Association of Counties. The winners were chosen for efficiently and effectively using technology to better the lives of local citizens and improve operations for the counties.
Tough budgetary times can lead to paralysis or provide the opportunity to forge bold new plans that can radically improve the situation on an organization.
At GovDelivery, we love hearing about how local governments are embracing new technology solutions to dramatically improve service to the public and create efficiencies for government employees.
“The annual survey, which recognizes leading examples of counties using information and communications technology, chose winners that overcame tough fiscal barriers to improve government services and efficiency,” writes Digital Communities.
We specifically want to highlight the award winning work being done by our clients who have recognized that using digital communications to communicate with the public, as part of a comprehensive technology plan, is a win-win for citizens and the county.
- Montgomery County, Md.
- Hennepin County, Minn.
- County of San Diego, Calif.
- King County, WA
- Oakland County, Mich.
- Sacramento County, Calif.
- Snohomish County, Wash.
- Tarrant County, Texas
- Dutchess County, N.Y.
- Leon County, Fla.
Congratulations on your well deserved award win!
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