e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government Announces
Top Web Sites and Digital Achievement Awards 2010
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Sept. 1, 2010 - e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government has announced its 2010 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards, tapping state and local governments across the U.S. who are tops in digital delivery.
In its 15th year, Best of the Web (BOW) recognizes outstanding government portals and websites based on their innovations, functionality and efficiencies. The five top Web portals of states, cities and counties were chosen and ranked. This year’s first place winners in each category were California (state), Boston, Mass. (city) and Chesterfield County, Va. (county).
The Digital Government Achievement Awards (DGAA) recognize outstanding agency and department websites and projects at the application and infrastructure level. Fifty awards were given.
Cathilea Robinett, executive director of the Center for Digital Government, said: “The winners’ innovative use of the Internet to continue delivering citizen services despite tight fiscal constraints is inspiring. This skilled use of the Web embodies the spirit of the Best of the Web awards and provides examples to state and local government leaders around the country on how to bring quality services to their citizens while containing costs. We applaud all of you for your creativity and your dedication.”
2010 BEST OF THE WEB AWARDS
State Portal Category:
1st Place: California
2nd Place: Arkansas
3rd Place: Alabama
4th Place: Maine
5th Place: Kentucky
City Portal Category:
1st Place: Boston, Mass.
2nd Place: Louisville Metro Government, Ky.
3rd Place: Fort Collins, Colo.
4th Place: Castle Rock, Colo.
5th Place: Coralville, Iowa
County Portal Category:
1st Place: Chesterfield County, Va.
2nd Place: Pinellas County, Fla.
3rd Place: Oakland County, Mich.
4th Place: County of Maui, Hawaii
5th Place: Park County, Colo.
2010 DIGITAL GOVERNMENT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS
Montana Roadside Citation ePayments
Richmond Public Library (RPL) Debt Setoff System, Richmond, Va.
State of Utah eWarrants
Washington State Transportation Improvement Board Executive Dashboard
Government-to-citizen City government category
Automating Arizona’s Airport of the Year – Falcon Field Airport, Mesa, Ariz.
Government-to-citizen County government category
Government-to-citizen State government category
Government internal category
CommonCents – Employee Budget Feedback Process, Richmond, Va.
ProjectView, Danville, Va.
Snohomish County Assessor’s Contact Management System
Cost Reduction/Investment Blog, Oakland County, Mich.
myDanville Budget Application, Danville, Va.
Risk Awareness Program Training through Video and E-Learning Technologies, Dona Ana Co, NM
The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government. The Center is a division of e.Republic, Inc., the nation‘s leading publishing, research, event, and new media company focused on information technology for the state/local government and education sectors.