#1 in government mobile services

We have developed more official government mobile services than any other company
in the United States.


With the dramatic growth of mobile technology, eGovernment now delivers far more than just Web-based solutions. NIC is helping governments introduce online services and secure payment processing that harness the latest mobile technology.

  • NIC’s Utah partner launched the first iPhone app for government, Utah License Lookup, in April 2009.
  • NIC’s Arkansas partner became the first state in the nation to offer secure mobile payments for
  • eGovernment services.
  • On the first day the iPad became available, NIC launched the first official government mobile app design specifically for the iPad.
  • NIC’s Utah partner became the first state to offer an application specifically for Google Glass.
  • NIC’s government applications are available through Apple’s iTunes Store and the Google Play Store.

Mobile first/responsive design is an important aspect of NIC eGovernment application development. We make sure your site design, content and services are compatible on just about any device. Today, 92 percent of NIC state portal sites are mobile-enabled, compared with only 31 percent of non-NIC states.

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Mobile Trends

In the past year, more mobile devices were purchased than babies were born in the world. This startling statistic reinforces the importance of mobile government services.

According to a September 2013 Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project:

  1. More than 63 percent of all cell phone owners use their mobile device to access the Internet. More than 30 percent of all cell phone owners use the device as the primary means to access the Internet.
  1. Those who note a high school degree as their highest form of education, are twice as likely to use a cell phone as their primary means of accessing the Internet.
  2. Nearly half of all households with a combined income of $30,000 or less use their cell phone as the primary means of accessing the Internet.

Featured Mobile Apps


Agencies can easily conduct inspections in the field right from a tablet. Helps eliminate paperwork and improves the inspection process by streamlining data entry and improving data consistency.

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Helps users prepare for the written exam to obtain a commercial driver’s license. The app can also be used to stay up-to-date on basic commercial driver safety.



A variety of useful tools and information for hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Users can access license sales, boat registration renewals, and more.