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The Digital States Survey, conducted biennially in even years, is a comprehensive study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations. The survey is conducted approximately April - June (2010, 2012, etc.) The awards are presented during the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) annual conference in September. (For the website competition itself, please see the Best of the Web Awards Program.)

2014 Digital Cities: Winners Focus on Innovation, Boosting Transparency and Privacy

In this year's Digital Cities Survey, top cities recognize the value of technology, empower their tech leaders and use new ideas to make life better for everyone who lives there.

14th Annual Digital Cities Survey – 2014 Winners Announced

13th Annual Digital Cities Survey – 2013 Results

12th Annual Digital Cities Survey – 2012 Results

10th Anniversary Digital Cities Survey – 2011 Results

10th Annual Digital Cities Survey – 2010 Results

The Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities Magazine Name Top Digital Cities in America 2009

2008 Digital Cities Winners Announced!

7th Annual Digital Cities Survey - 2007 Results

America's Most Digital Cities Named for 2006

5th Annual Digital Cities Survey - the Nation's Most Powerful Benchmarking Tool for City Governments

Top-ranked Cities from the 2004 Digital Cities Survey!

3rd Annual Digital Cities Survey - 2003 Results

2nd Annual Digital Cities Survey - 2002 Results

1st Annual Digital Cities Survey - 2001 Results