The Digital Counties Survey is conducted in partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo) annually in the spring: March-April. All United States counties are invited to participate in the survey, which examines the overall technology programs and plans of the county. The awards are presented during NACo’s annual conference held each July.
This year's Digital Counties survey offers some telling insights into the state of technology in America's counties.
In this year's survey, the Center for Digital Government recognizes 54 counties as adaptive IT leaders, collaborators and arbiters of the public trust.
The 2015 Digital Counties Survey, now in its 13th year, finds U.S. counties becoming more transparent, creating efficiencies and using social media to connect with citizens.
Hundreds participated in the 12th annual survey, and the top-ranked counties will be honored at a reception during the 2014 National Association of Counties annual conference starting July 11.