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NIC Inc. – The people behind eGovernment (TM)
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Always glad to see our services appreciated! Way to go,
eFiling not Just for Attorneys
  This is very cool. Too often, it seems, only insiders have access to certain government services, but I found out that, in Texas, you don't have to be an attorney to file court papers electronically.
  I printed out my filing on my printer, signed it, scanned it to a PDF and uploaded it on Saturday afternoon. This morning I received confirmation from the court clerk. At the same time I filed, I also told the system to send a copy to the the other party in a manner that satisfies legal requirements for notification.
  For both the filing and notification of the other party, it was $16.87. Well worth avoiding the trouble and expense that would have been incurred had I filed in person. For the indigent, the fees are waived.

E-Government Industry Headlines

New York Launches Open Data Portal | 03.11.13

Oklahoma Lawmakers, CIO Partner to Change the Face of Technology | 03.12.13

Chicot County, Arkansas, Launches an Online Tax Payment Service | 03.13.13

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The +State of Utah: features over 1,200 social connection points on their state portal...nearly 500 Facebook pages and over 700 Twitter accounts.  

Congratulations to on their 4th consecutive Interactive Media Award! 2012 winner of Best in Class—Government.

Press release:

Award certificate:

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Technology reduces lines for TN driver's licenses

New iPad kiosks at Tennessee DMV offices reduce wait times. "It takes your photograph and everything."

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In the 20 years since NIC was founded by a group of Kansas businesspeople who wanted faster access to state government records, few private organizations have had a greater influence on how states conduct e-government.

We're celebrating two decades of eGovernment innovation. #EGOV20  

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Congratulations, +State of Utah: – Most Honored State Government Website in Nation.

Governor Gary R. Herbert offered his congratulations to the Utah Department of Technology Services (DTS) and Utah Interactive for the 16 national and international awards the official state website, Utah.Gov, has received this year.

“Utah.Gov is known not only for its aesthetics, but for its functionality, providing Utahns easy access to nearly 1,000 state services. I appreciate the efforts of DTS and Utah Interactive in making state government more efficient and more responsive to citizen needs, and I congratulate them for their well-deserved recognition.” — Utah Governor, Gary R. Herbert

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Virginia is using mobile gaming to help kids study. "Master the Math" has over 800 questions from 19 released standardized tests.

Search for "Master the Math" in iTunes. The free app is available for iPhone, iPod, and iPad:

Middle school students have a new tool to help them prepare for Virginia’s Standards of Learning (SOL) exams. Master the Math is a mobile educational game that focuses on the mathematics curriculum from grades three through eight. The flexible mobile application can be used on Apple iPods, iPhones and iPads.

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Remarkable earnings and sales growth land NIC in Forbes' Top 20 Small Public Companies in America.

For many small businesses, this economic “recovery” has felt more like a tension headache that just won’t go away. Then there are the 100 impressive outfits on Forbes’ annual ranking of America’s best small public companies.

The list features firms with remarkable sales and earnings growth in a host of industries, from heath care to casual dining. Candidates must have been publicly traded for at least a year, generate annual revenue between $5 million and $1 billion and boast a stock price no lower than $5 a share.
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