The Digital Counties Survey is conducted in partnership with the National Association of Counties annually each winter. ALL United States county governments are invited to participate in this survey, which examines the overall technology programs and plans of the county. The awards are presented with the National Association of Counties each July.
While the data from the previous year represents a look back at major trends of the year, it also paints a picture of where public-sector IT teams will be focused in the future.
Insights into this year’s Digital Counties Survey highlight how IT is used to support and provide public service.
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.
Survey Finds U.S. Counties Leading the Way with Open Government, Open Source and Data-Driven Tools
Survey Finds U.S. Counties Leading the Way with Open Government, Citizen Engagement and Transparency
Overcoming the Odds: Survey Finds U.S. Counties Leading the Way with Technology Despite Fewer Resources