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The State of Arkansas, in partnership with the Information Network of Arkansas, launched a completely new state portal website with a mobile-first design and many new features in 2013. Since then, the state has gathered user feedback and analyzed website data, and today unveils improvements that make the award-winning state portal more usable and accessible… Keep reading →

Poplarville, Miss., is now accessible online. The city prides itself on being a city of hospitality and its new website, http://www.poplarville.ms.gov, is no exception. Residents now have access to real-time local government information, news and alerts, and links to other local sites of interest. Visitors can find an upcoming schedule of events from Mississippi’s Blueberry… Keep reading →

The Vermont Office of Child Support (OCS) has launched a new service that allows parents and employers to make child support payments online using credit or debit cards. The EZpay4kids.vt.gov website was developed in partnership with the Vermont Information Consortium, the State’s e-government partner. Available 24/7, this online service is both secure and convenient. People… Keep reading →

The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) is pleased to announce the launch of a new, mobile-first design for Texas.gov, the State’s official website. This mobile-first approach offers users a seamless experience across a wide range of Internet-enabled devices – from mobile phones and tablets to traditional desktop or laptop computers. When Texas.gov is viewed… Keep reading →

The State of Maryland launched an updated design and innovative new features on the award-winning official State website, Maryland.gov (www.maryland.gov), that serves as the gateway for the 63 million visitors to Maryland state agency websites each year. Visitor analytics, leading industry trends, innovative new personalization features and mobility play key roles in the new fluid,… Keep reading →

With the promise of bringing ‘Your Government - Your Way,’ the State of Hawaii rolled out updates to its website, Hawaii.gov, and launched its newest service – my.hawaii.gov. The new tool is a one-stop shop allowing Hawai’i residents to completely customize how they interact online with the state on any device, anywhere, anytime – securely and… Keep reading →

Ever been unable to pay somewhere because you left your checkbook at home and credit/debit cards were not accepted? Very inconvenient. Payette County eliminated this hassle by offering electronic payment options in their clerk’s office. Those who prefer to pay for a marriage license, notary fees, recording fees and other services with a credit or… Keep reading →

Never a line, never a wait – Texas.gov/Driver puts you first. The theme of the new Texas.gov advertising campaign uses a light-hearted approach to illustrate how every Texan can feel like a VIP when they take care of their driving business online. In fact, millions of Texans already trust the official state website that puts… Keep reading →

Mississippi aims to solidify its spot as one of the best government websites in the country with the launch of the all-new ms.gov, the official website for the State of Mississippi. The updated website has been built from the ground up with one central focus in mind – to bring the best mobile experience possible… Keep reading →

The State of Maine’s award-winning website, Maine.gov, receives over 10 million visitors and nearly 4 million online transactions each year. This level of public demand requires constant improvements. Therefore, Maine.gov is updated on an annual basis to better meet the needs of the constituents it serves. “The State of Maine understands that the Internet has… Keep reading →

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