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    For two years running, the Interactive Media AwardsTM (IMA) has named Hawaii Information Consortium (eHawaii.gov) as a Best in Class winner in the Government category for its work on Hawaii.gov, the official website of the Aloha State. The coveted award is the highest honor bestowed by IMA and it represents the very best in planning,

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    In January 2014, The South Carolina Department of Consumer Affairs (SCDCA) launched an improved online service for processing consumer complaints. More than 60 percent of consumer complaints are now submitted through the online system instead of the manual paper process from the past. Online submissions are resolved 50 percent faster. The improved online service was

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    Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap recently announced that Maine replacement vehicle titles can be obtained online, via a new service offered by the Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). This online service, offered through the BMV website at www.maine.gov/online/bmv/mvtr, is ideal for those whose vehicle titles have been lost, misplaced, or become illegible. Prior to

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    The official website for the State of Utah (http://utah.gov) recently unveiled a newly redesigned website. The goal of the redesign is to break down barriers between city, county, and state services, allowing online visitors to complete their business when and where they need. “Government should always look for the best ways to serve people and

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    The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (ADCNR) official website, www.outdooralabama.com, was recently honored for its sleek, user-friendly design, receiving the Silver Communicator Award of Distinction in the government website category by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA). This award honors excellence in marketing and communications. Outdooralabama.com provides vital information regarding the

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    With the goal of streamlining the way that citizens of the Commonwealth access government resources and interact with agencies and elected officials, Kentucky State Government launched a new Kentucky.gov website earlier this month. The site now features streamlined content, multi-sourced search, local government and legislation integration, and geocoding capabilities in a dynamic and mobile-friendly fashion.

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    IN.gov, the state of Indiana’s Web portal, received a major redesign and technology enhancement, which launched to the public earlier this month. The site is a product of over 6 months of careful planning and the analysis of over nine years of Web analytics data. Using this data, Indiana honed in on three driving factors

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    The City of Mackay, Idaho, launched two new services that allow customers to use credit and debit cards to make same-day payments, and schedule future utility payments. Same-day payments are offered over the counter at the clerk’s office and online through the city’s website at mackayidaho-city.com, where city customers can also schedule future one-time and

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    Becoming a member of the Kentucky State University Alumni Association is easier than ever. Alumni may visit the online membership registration and in three easy steps, become a member of the Association today. “In response to alumni requests for online registration, Kentucky State University’s Alumni Association is happy to provide this service online,” stated Max

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    The state of Maryland has launched a “mobile-first” design on its award-winning official website, Maryland.gov (www.maryland.gov). Mobile-first refers to designing and developing websites for smaller screen sizes, such as those found on smartphones. The newly designed state website focuses on providing quick access to online services and user personalization features. Visitor analytics and mobility drove

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