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On Their 10th Anniversary Apple Stores Get A Makeover

In September 2014, the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles and Connecticut Interactive launched the CT DMV Mobile application, providing Connecticut residents with access to important DMV information. The mobile application has reached 115,000 downloads since its launch. The free mobile application displays the services and office hours for each of the 17 DMV and 15… Keep reading →

On Their 10th Anniversary Apple Stores Get A Makeover

Maryland’s award-winning official emergency management mobile app, MARYLAND Prepares, launched by the Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), has been enhanced to provide real-time regional emergency alerts to keep Marylanders informed during an emergency or severe weather. The mobile app displays real-time regional alerts for power outages, severe weather, traffic incidents, flooding, hospital status updates and… Keep reading →

Florida Prepares For Early Voting To Start Tomorrow

As politics and technology continue to converge, VoteSpotter, a free mobile app that connects citizens with their federal and state elected officials, today announced its downloads have increased by 10 times in the last six months; up from 4,000 in February 2015 to more than 50,000 in September. VoteSpotter is the only app that enables… Keep reading →


The Arizona Technology Council announced today the Outstanding Tech Senator of the Year, Outstanding Tech Representative of the Year and legislator Tech Champions to be honored at the 2015 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation (GCOI) awards presented by Avnet, Inc. These awards, along with business and individual awards, will be presented Thursday, November 12, 2015, at… Keep reading →

Olympic Preparation In Salt Lake City

The Utah Department of Technology Services announced two Utah.Gov applications were recently recognized with government industry awards. The awards reflect the state’s dedication to providing useful services to the residents of Utah. Utah’s Fiscal Note System was chosen as one of 10 awards nationwide for Outstanding Information Technology Achievement in Government, and the Utah Hunting… Keep reading →


With the goal of streamlining the way that citizens of the Commonwealth access government resources and interact with agencies and elected officials, Kentucky State Government launched a new website earlier this month. The site now features streamlined content, multi-sourced search, local government and legislation integration, and geocoding capabilities in a dynamic and mobile-friendly fashion…. Keep reading →


The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) and Texas NICUSA, LLC (NIC) are proud to announce a transformative state government portal experience with the launch of the new, one-page As the state’s official website, the goal of has always been to provide citizens with simple, secure, and immediate access to government information and… Keep reading →


Today Governor Brown released the May Revision to his proposal for the California 2015-16 state budget. Despite the $6.7 billion growth in revenue that includes $5.5 billion in Proposition 98 funds, which support preK-14 education, the governor’s proposal includes only minimal increases for young learners from birth to age 5. The May Revise proposes a… Keep reading →


Today, the United States federal government announced its final plans to crack down on seafood fraud and illegal fishing at Seafood Expo North America in Boston. The announcement, which came from a presidential task force created in June, reaffirms President Obama’s commitment to stop these crimes that provide profits to pirate fishermen, rip off consumers and… Keep reading →

As Default Deadline Nears, Congress Continues Debate Debt Ceiling Plan

Senators Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), with nine additional cosponsors, introduced a bill to amend the Public Service Health Act Wednesday night to authorize $20 million in grants for Mental Health First Aid trainings around the country. This program gives emergency services personnel, police officers, educators, primary care professionals, students and others the… Keep reading →

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