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2015

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2014

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2013

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PDMP Technology Asset Acquisition:

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2017

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Second Quarter Results

Third Quarter Results

Fourth Quarter Results

2016

First Quarter Results

Second Quarter Results

Third Quarter Results

Fourth Quarter Results

2015

First Quarter Results

Second Quarter Results

Third Quarter Results

Fourth Quarter Results

2014

First Quarter Results

Second Quarter Results

Third Quarter Results

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William A. Van Asselt

General Counsel

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William A. Van Asselt was appointed to the position of General Counsel in January 2016. From March 2014 until this appointment, he served as the Company’s Deputy General Counsel. Mr. Van Asselt joined the Company in June 2010 as Associate General Counsel. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Van Asselt practiced law at Lathrop & Gage LLP, and previously at Hogan Lovells in Washington D.C. where his practice focused on contract negotiations, corporate mergers & acquisitions, telecommunications law and corporate governance. Prior to attending law school, Mr. Van Asselt served as the Executive Director for the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation in Washington D.C. Mr. Van Asselt holds a B.A. degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri and a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School.

 

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Doug Rogers

Senior Vice President of Business Development

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Doug Rogers joined as the Company’s Senior Vice President of Business Development in October 2017. Mr. Rogers leads the national sales and marketing team supporting federal, state and payment processing engagements focusing on expanding our relationships with new government partners. Prior to joining NIC, he was a Vice President at Cerner, a publicly traded company (Nasdaq: CERN) headquartered in North Kansas City, Mo., and supplier of health information technology solutions, services, devices, and hardware. Mr. Rogers spent thirteen years with Cerner in a variety of roles ranging from marketing, government relations, and sales. For the three years prior to joining NIC, he led the team that sold Cerner’s Population Health Software-as-a-Service solutions across multiple markets, including federal and state government. Mr. Rogers holds a B.S. degree in Biology from the Centenary College of Louisiana.

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Harry H. Herington

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board

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Harry H. Herington joined NIC Inc. (Nasdaq: EGOV) in 1995, and is considered one of the early founders that helped transform the small Kansas start-up to the nationally recognized company it is today. Mr. Herington was appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board in 2008. NIC currently manages digital government solutions in 31 states, as well as the federal government, and securely processes more than $21 billion annually on behalf of its government partners. In 2012, he received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® Award for Technology in the Central Midwest Region. He was also named one of Government Technology’s 2017 Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers, and received a 2018 StateScoop 50 Industry Leadership of the Year award. His management philosophy has been featured in the New York Times, Forbes, and Entrepreneur magazine. Mr. Herington is involved with numerous charities dedicated to assisting children in need and those supporting families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty. Before joining NIC, Mr. Herington began his career in law enforcement in Texas and Kansas, and served as the Associate General Counsel for the Kansas League of Municipalities. Mr. Herington holds a B.S. degree from Wichita State University and a J.D. degree from the University of Kansas School of Law.

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Stephen M. Kovzan

Chief Financial Officer

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Stephen M. Kovzan has served as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer since August 2007. Mr. Kovzan joined the Company in October 1999 and served as the Company’s Controller until September 2000, at which time he became the Company’s Vice President of Financial Operations and Chief Accounting Officer, serving as such until August 2007. After being appointed Chief Financial Officer in August 2007, he also continued to perform the functions of Chief Accounting Officer until January 2011. Mr. Kovzan currently serves as a manager and officer of various subsidiaries of NICUSA, Inc. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Kovzan served as a business assurance manager with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Mr. Kovzan is a Certified Public Accountant and holds a B.S. in business administration from the University of Tulsa and an M.S. in business from the University of Kansas.

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Robert W. Knapp, Jr.

Chief Operating Officer

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Robert W. Knapp, Jr. was appointed to the position of Chief Operating Officer in January 2012. From February 2009 until this appointment, he served as the Company’s Executive Vice President. Mr. Knapp joined the Company in November 1999 and has served in various management capacities, including Director of Marketing for the Company’s Indiana portal subsidiary, President and General Manager of the Company’s Kansas portal subsidiary, Regional Manager, and most recently Vice President of Portal Operations. Mr. Knapp currently serves as a manager and officer of various subsidiaries of NICUSA, Inc. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Knapp was a director of information systems with Alltel. Mr. Knapp holds a B.S. in business administration and an M.B.A. from the University of Tulsa.

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Jayne Friedland Holland

Chief Security Officer and Associate General Counsel

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Jayne Friedland Holland was appointed to the position of Chief Security Officer in May 2015. From December 2006 until this appointment, she served as the Company’s Chief Security Officer and Associate General Counsel. Ms. Holland joined the Company in June 2005 as Associate General Counsel of the Company. In her role as Chief Security Officer, she oversees the Company’s security management program. Prior to joining the Company, Ms. Holland served as Vice President and General Counsel for ESI and began her career as a trial attorney in New Orleans. Ms. Holland holds a B.A. degree in Political Science from Newcomb College of Tulane University and a J.D. degree from Tulane University School of Law.

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Venmal (Raji) Arasu

Director

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Ms. Arasu, 46, is the Senior Vice President CTO-DEV, of Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU), a software company that develops financial organization and income tax preparation software for small businesses, accountants and individuals. Prior to joining Intuit, Ms. Arasu served as the Chief Technology Officer for StubHub, Inc., the online and mobile ticketing marketplace subsidiary of eBay Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY). She became an NIC Director in 2015.
Compensation and Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee

Gov. Pete Wilson

Director

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Governor Wilson, 82, is a Principal at Bingham Consulting Group, a business consulting firm. He previously served as Governor and U.S. Senator for the state of California and Mayor of San Diego. He is also a Director of The Irvine Corporation and U.S. Telepacific Corporation. He became an NIC Director in 1999.
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Ross C. Hartley

Director

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Mr. Hartley, 68, is a co-founder of NIC and former President of The Hartley Insurance Group. He is also a Director of the Empire District Electric Company (NYSE: EDE). He became a Director of the original companies that ultimately formed NIC Inc. beginning in 1991, and later an NIC Director upon the Company’s formation in 1998.

Gov. C. Brad Henry

Director

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Governor Henry, 52, is of counsel to the law firm of Lester, Loving and Davies in Edmond, Okla., and is a founding member of Henry-Adams Companies, LLC. He was appointed by President Obama to the federal Council of Governors. He previously served as the Governor of Oklahoma, and was only the third governor in the state to serve two consecutive terms. He became an NIC Director in 2011.
Compensation and Corporate Governance & Nominating Committees

Alexander C. Kemper

Director

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Mr. Kemper, 50, is Chairman of The Collectors Fund, a private equity fund, and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Pollenware, a trade settlement company. He is a Director of UMB Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: UMBF), UMB Bank, AXA Art USA (NYSE: AXA), Sipvine, BATS Exchange, and several privately held companies. He became an NIC Director in 2007.
Chair, Compensation Committee, and Audit Committee

Karen S. Evans

Director

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Ms. Evans, 56, is an independent consultant and the National Director of U.S. Cyber Challenge, a nationwide talent search and skills development program focused on the cyber workforce. She previously served as the de facto Chief Information Officer under President George W. Bush. She became an NIC Director in 2011.
Audit and Corporate Governance & Nominating Committees

Gov. Daniel J. Evans

Director

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Governor Evans, 88, is Chairman of Daniel J. Evans Associates Consulting, a public policy consulting firm, and previously served as Governor and U.S. Senator for the state of Washington. He is also a Director of Costco Wholesale Corporation and Archimedes Technology Group. He became an NIC Director in 1998.
Compensation and Corporate Governance & Nominating Committees

William M. Lyons

Director

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Mr. Lyons, 60, is the former President and CEO of American Century Companies, Inc., a Kansas City-based investment manager. Mr. Lyons is also a Director of Morningstar, Inc. (NASDAQ: MORN) and the NASDAQ Stock Market, LLC. He became an NIC Director in 2009.
Chair, Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee, and Audit Committee

Art N. Burtscher

Lead Independent Director

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Mr. Burtscher, 65, is President-Western Region of Westwood Trust. He is also a Director of American National Bank, Jet Linx, Novation Companies, Inc., the Silverstone Group and Westwood Trust. He became an NIC Director in 2004 and was named Lead Director in 2008.
Chair, Audit Committee, and Compensation Committee

Harry Herington

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

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 Mr. Herington, 56, is the Chief Executive Officer of NIC and previously served as the Company’s President, Chief Operating Officer, and Executive Vice President of Portal Operations. He became an NIC Director in 2006.

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BRIAN GESUALE

Raymond James
880 Carillon Parkway
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Brian.gesuale@raymondjames.com
727-567-2287
 

JEFF KESSLER

Imperial Capital, LLC
277 Park Avenue 48th Fl.
New York, NY 10172
JKessler@imperialcapital.com
 

PETER HECKMANN, CFA

D.A. Davidson & Co. - Equity Capital Markets
8014 State Line Road, Ste. 105
Prairie Village, KS 66208
pheckmann@dadco.com
913-499-8240

JOHN CAMPBELL

Stephens Inc.
111 Center Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
John.campbell@stephens.com
1-800-643-9691
 

GARY PRESTOPINO, CFA

Barrington Research Associates
161 N. Clark Street, Suite 2950
Chicago, IL 60601
gprestopino@brai.com
312-634-6369

JOSEPH VAFI, CFA

Loop Capital Markets, One Market
Spear Tower, 36th Fl.
San Francisco, CA 94105
Joseph.Vafi@loopcapital.com
415-944-6447




NIC Inc. is followed by the analysts listed above. Please note that any opinions, estimates, or forecasts regarding NIC’s performance made by these analysts are theirs alone and do not represent opinions, forecasts, or predictions of NIC or its management. NIC does not by its reference above or distribution imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions, or recommendations.

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Our corporate governance helps balance the interests of our Board, management, and stockholders while building
public trust.

• FOCUSING ON RESULTS
• MAINTAINING FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY
• PROVIDING SECURE SOLUTIONS THAT SAFEGUARD SENSITIVE INFORMATION AND PROTECT THE PUBLIC TRUST
• MAINTAINING A BALANCED CORPORATE CULTURE THAT ATTRACTS AND RETAINS INDUSTRY-LEADING TALENT
• WELCOMING DIFFERING IDEAS AND OPINIONS
• ENCOURAGING INNOVATIVE AND ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESS PRACTICES
• BEHAVING IN AN HONEST, FAIR, AND ETHICAL MANNER
• RESPECTING AND PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT


NIC’s corporate governance policies and practices flow directly from these values. Our Board of Directors plays a leadership role in defining and maintaining policies that uphold strong business ethics and ensure we communicate consistently with our stockholders, partners, and employees around the world.

NIC CORPORATE GOVERNANCE POLICIES

1. Audit Committee Charter
2. Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
3. Compensation Committee Charter
4. Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee Charter
5. Governance Principles
6. Reporting Hotline


COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Comittee Charters
Audit Committee
 
Chair
Art N. Burtscher
Members
Karen S. Evans
Alexander C. Kemper
William M. Lyons
Compensation Committee
 
Chair
Alexander C. Kemper
Members
Art N. Burtscher
C. Brad Henry
Pete Wilson
Venmal (Raji) Arasu
Corporate Governance & Nominating Comittee
 
Chair
William M. Lyons
Members
Karen S. Evans
C. Brad Henry
Pete Wilson
Venmal (Raji) Arasu
 
Disclaimer: The information posted is as of the date indicated. We are under no obligation to update or remove outdated information other than as required by applicable law or regulation.
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FAQs

How can I purchase shares in NIC?

Shares of NIC can be purchased through your stockbroker.

Does NIC have a direct purchase plan?

NIC does not currently have a direct purchase plan.

What exchange does NIC trade on and what is the ticker symbol?

NIC trades on the N​asdaq Global Select Market under the ticker symbol EGOV.

Does NIC have more than one class of common stock?

No.

Has NIC issued preferred stock?

No.

Whom do I contact with questions about my stock certificate?

Computershare is NIC's stock transfer agent and is responsible for all issues concerning stock certificates, including issuing or transferring certificates and address changes. Please contact Computershare at:

150 Royall Street
Canton, MA 02021
781-575-2000

Whom do I contact with questions about restricted stock certificates?

Questions about restricted stock certificates should be directed to NIC's general counsel:

Bill Van Asselt
NIC
25501 West Valley Parkway, Suite 300
Olathe, Kansas 66061
bvanasselt@EGOV.com
913-754-7008 (w)

What is NIC's CUSIP number?

NIC's CUSIP number is 62914B 10 0.

What is NIC's S.I.C. Code?

NIC is listed under SIC Code # 8742.

What year and where was NIC incorporated?

NIC was incorporated in 1997 and is a Delaware corporation.

What is NIC's fiscal year?

NIC's fiscal year begins January 1 and ends December 31.

Does NIC have an annual report?

Download NIC Annual reports here.

Does NIC issue quarterly reports?

NIC files quarterly reports on Form 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission. View our recent quarterly reports.

When is NIC’s annual 2018 stockholder meeting?

May 1, 2018.
Embassy Suites, Olathe, Kan.

What is the schedule of earnings 2018 releases?

Q4 2017: Jan. 31
Q1: April 30
Q2: Aug. 1
Q3: Oct. 30

Where is NIC's corporate headquarters located?

Our principal offices are located at:

25501 West Valley Parkway
Suite 300
Olathe, Kansas 66061
Ph: 877-234-EGOV

Who serves on the NIC board of directors?

NIC's board of directors has nine members.

How many employees does NIC have?

NIC has more than 950 full-time employees.

Where does NIC do business?

NIC operates official government portals for 29 states and hundreds of local governments in the United States. We operate digital government services on behalf of 5,500 federal, state, and local agencies across the United States.

When was NIC's initial public offering?

Shares in NIC were first traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market on July 20, 1999.

How can I communicate directly with NIC's Board of Directors?

A stockholder who would like to communicate directly with the NIC Board of Directors, a committee of the Board of Directors, or with an individual director should send the communication to:

NIC Inc.
Board of Directors (or committee name or director’s name, as appropriate)
25501 West Valley Parkway, Suite 300
Olathe, Kansas 66061

Also, stockholders can contact the NIC Board of Directors at board@nicusa.com.

NIC will forward all stockholder correspondence to the Board of Directors, committee, or individual director as deemed appropriate. This process has been approved by the independent directors of NIC.

How can I contact NIC's investor relations department?

Contact Angela Davied at adavied@EGOV.com.

Does NIC have a Quiet Period?

To assist us with our compliance with Regulation FD, NIC has adopted a “quiet period.” NIC’s quiet period begins the day after the last day of the calendar quarter and extends until the day NIC publicly files its earnings release for the quarter. During this time, NIC's management team or other authorized spokespersons will not discuss financial or operational results, and will not respond to investor inquiries about historical facts. This quiet period includes but is not limited to attendance at investor conferences, group meetings, one-on-one phone conversations or e-mail correspondence.

Those persons authorized to communicate on behalf of NIC to the investment community are limited to the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, and ​Vice President of Corporate Communications. In certain circumstances, other employees of NIC may be authorized to communicate with the investment community in order to respond to specific inquiries.

Contact

Angela Davied
Vice President of Corporate Communications
P 913-754-7054
NIC | 25501 West Valley Parkway, Suite 300 | Olathe, Kansas 66061
Email Angela
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Q3 2018 Earnings Announcement // Olathe, Kansas

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