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States’ Path to Digital: Highlights from the 2016 Digital States Survey (Infographic)

Every two years, states are graded on how well they use technology. Our infographic outlines key findings from the 2016 survey.

Every two years, the Center for Digital Government and Government Technology take a detailed look at the status of IT in states, issuing letter grades based on their internal processes and use of technology to connect with and provide services to citizens. Our 2016 Digital States Survey infographic details key trends and areas of focus across the U.S. as states strive to increase efficiency and meet the expectations of the public in the digital age.

For more details, check out our story and interactive map that analyzes the status of each state’s IT initiatives and strategy. Click on the image below to view a full-size version.

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