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Best of the Web & Digital Government Achievement Awards 2004

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2004 Best of the Web contest and Digital Government Achievement Awards.

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2004 Best of the Web contest and Digital Government Achievement Awards.

Congratulations to the Best of the Web 2004 Winners:

State Portal Category
1st Place: Maine
2nd Place: Indiana
3rd Place: Virginia
4th Place: Delaware
5th Place: Arizona

State Portal Category Finalists:





City Portal Category
1st Place: City of Fort Collins, Colo.
2nd Place: City of Phoenix, Ariz.
3rd Place: New York City, N.Y.
4th Place (tie): City of Chicago, Ill.
4th Place (tie): City of New Orleans, La.
5th Place: City of Dallas, Texas

City Portal Category Finalists:
City of Colorado Springs, Colo.
City of Corpus Christi, Texas
City of Denton, Texas
City of Des Moines, Iowa
City of Mesa, Ariz.
City of San Francisco, Calif.

County Portal Category
1st Place: Miami-Dade County, Fla.
2nd Place: Santa Clara County, Calif.
3rd Place: Fulton County, Ga.
4th Place: King County, Wash.
5th Place: San Diego County, Calif.

County Portal Category Finalists:
Oakland County, Mich.
Sarasota County, Fla.
Tarrant County, Texas

Congratulations to the Digital Government Achievement Awards 2004 Winners:

Government-to-government category winners:
1st place: NC E-Procurement@YourService, North Carolina (secure site)
2nd place: Graduated Interventions Levels System, Richmond, Va. (secure site)
3rd place: Juvenile Information Sharing System, Sedgwick County, Kan. (secure site)
4th place: Rhode Island eGovernment Exchange System Portal
5th place: Pennsylvania Justice Network

Government-to-business category winners:
1st place:, Texas Workforce Commmission
2nd place: Business Portal
3rd place: Business Services Online, U.S. Social Security Admin.
4th place: Wireless Building Inspection System, Hollywood, Fla.(secure site)
5th place:, Maine Secretary of State

Government-to-business category finalists:
Kansas Online UCC Services (Uniform Commercial Code)
Oklahoma Water Resources Board Well Drillers' Applications
Pennsylvania Dept. of Revenue e-Services Center

Government-to-citizen category winners:
1st place: Contract, Vendor and Payment Search Web Site, Chicago, Ill.
2nd place: GIS Internet Service for Mecklenburg County, N.C.
3rd place: CHEATERS -- Californians Help Eliminate all the Evasive Scofflaws, California Highway Patrol
4th place: 311 Online, Hampton, Va.
5th place (tie): Utah State Courts
5th place (tie): Connecticut Judicial Branch

Government-to-citizen category finalists:
Georgia Department of Human Resources, Office of Child Support Enforcement, Constituent Services Portal
Division of Air Resource Management, Fla.
TampaGov Customer Service Center, Fla.

Government internal category winners:
1st place: CSPD Connections, Colorado Springs Police Department
2nd place: IMPACT (Information Management Protecting Adults and Children in Texas), Texas Dept. of Family and Protective Services (secure site)
3rd place: eForms Workflow, New York City Housing Authority
4th place: Building Related Court Actions (BRCA) Database, Chicago, Ill.
5th place: Employee Portal, San Diego County, Calif. (secure site)

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