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Digital States Survey 2004

Sponsored by Hewlett Packard, Intuit, Microsoft, and Symantec, the 2004 survey examined over 60 measurements in four broad areas - service delivery, architecture and infrastructure, collaboration, and leadership.

Top 25 Digital States Announced

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the results of its all-new 2004 Digital States Survey, a comprehensive study on best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Sponsored by Hewlett Packard, Intuit, Microsoft, and Symantec, the 2004 survey examined over 60 measurements in four broad areas - service delivery, architecture and infrastructure, collaboration, and leadership. The survey is the first report on the transition of states to digital government since the 2002 elections.

Congratulations to the nation's top-25 Digital States
1st Place: Michigan
2nd Place: Washington
3rd Place: Virginia
4th Place: Indiana
5th Place: Arizona
6th Place: South Dakota
7th Place: Tennessee
8th Place: Utah
9th Place: Arkansas
10th Place: Colorado (tied)
10th Place: North Carolina (tied)
11th Place: Massachusetts
12th Place: Illinois (tied)
12th Place: Kentucky (tied)
13th Place: Maine
14th Place: Montana
15th Place: Maryland
16th Place: Mississippi
17th Place: Minnesota
18th Place: Wyoming
19th Place: Kansas
20th Place: Florida
21st Place: North Dakota
22nd Place: Nebraska
23rd Place: Nevada
24th Place: Pennsylvania
25th Place: Wisconsin

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