The top trends, priorities and widely-adopted initiatives in state government IT according to the 2014 Digital States Survey.
Over the last two years, states have made real progress when it comes to using technology.
In the Center for Digital Government's biennial Digital States Survey, which evaluates state governments' ability to improve internal processes and better serve citizens with technology, three states received straight A grades and five others earned an A-minus. Thirty states received grades in the B range -- up from 22 in 2012 -- and 12 states received grades in the C range.
Editor's note: Center for Digital Government is the research and advisory arm of Government Technology’s parent company e.Republic Inc.
Check our infographic below to see the top trends, priorities and widely-adopted initiatives in state government IT in 2014.