The Center for Digital Government Presents the 2013 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards to U.S. Government Websites and Applications
SACRAMENTO, CA – September 3, 2013 - e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government announced the winners of the 2013 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards.
In its 18th year, the annual Best of the Web (BOW) awards recognize city, county and state governments for outstanding portals and websites based on innovation, functionality, productivity and performance. This year’s first-place BOW winners are Tennessee, Austin, Texas and Alameda County, Calif.
The Digital Government Achievement Awards (DGAA), which highlight outstanding agency and department websites and applications, presented 57 awards in 10 categories this year.
“As technology continues to evolve, governments are finding innovative ways of utilizing new technologies to transform operations and engage with citizens,” said Todd Sander, executive director of the Center for Digital Government. “This year’s winners have demonstrated the ability to adapt to the changing technology landscape, while creating first-class public and business services. Congratulations to this year’s winners for their remarkable achievements!”
2013 BEST OF THE WEB AWARDS
State Portal Category:
1st Place: Tennessee
2nd Place: Utah
3rd Place: California
4th Place: South Carolina
5th Place: Maine
County Portal Category:
1st Place: County of Alameda, Calif.
2nd Place: County of Maui, Hawaii
3rd Place: County of Orange, Calif.
4th Place: County of Sacramento, Calif.
5th Place: Stearns County, Minn.
City Portal Category:
1st Place: City of Austin, Texas
2nd Place: City of Riverside, Calif.
3rd Place: City of Raleigh, N.C.
4th Place: City of Tampa, Fla.
5th Place: City of Denver, Colo.
2013 DIGITAL GOVERNMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS
Driving Digital Government City government category
Austin Infrastructure Management, Mapping, Planning and Coordination Tool (IMMPACT)
Driving Digital Government County government category
Driving Digital Government State government category
Driving Digital Government Federal government category
Indiana PIMS - Economic Development Corporation Project Information Management System
Government-to-citizen Local government category
myInspections City of Dallas Building Inspector Companion
7-20 Response Applications for Victim Support and the Community, Aurora, Colo.
Government-to-citizen State government category
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles’ myBMV Website and Mobile Applications
Government-to-citizen Federal government category
Allegheny County, Penn. Jail Collaborative IT Application
Martin County, Fla. Broadband Network
NYC DOT Superstorm Sandy Responsive Web App - Interactive Map of Damages
Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services’ Legislative Analysis
Government internal category
City of Austin Enterprise Security System
City of Dallas Budget Bid Online Ranking System
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