It takes true partnership to make eGovernment work.

We would not be successful in developing eGovernment without our government partners.

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WHERE ‘CUSTOMERS’ ARE COLLEAGUES

We would not be successful in developing eGovernment without our government partners. Not “clients” to be exploited or handled or pitched to, they are full partners — real, honest-to-goodness colleagues with whom we work side-by-side every day to define problems and hash out solutions together.

We share the dedication of our government partners to make government better for all — not as vendors but as true teammates working to win. It’s the key to our success in building relationships with more than 3,500 federal, state and local agencies across the country.

Alabama

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“The partnership with NIC has been very successful for the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office.

The self-funded model that you developed has made it possible for us to offer our customers the convenience of online filing during an economic period in which we would not have been able to allocate state funds to upgrade the service.”

Rebecca Morris

Director of Business Services, Alabama Secretary of State

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Arkansas

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“We are very pleased with NIC’s Arkansas subsidiary, their ability to deliver

 solutions in a timely manner, and the many contributions our public-private partnership has fostered on behalf of the citizens of the state of Arkansas. I can attest to NIC’s ability to deliver and fulfill a value proposition that results in a “win” for the state of Arkansas and a “win” for the people and businesses of Arkansas.”

Charlie Daniels

Former Arkansas Secretary of State

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Colorado

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Of the 4.4 million vehicles eligible for online renewal in Colorado in 2013, 681,395 – or 15% – vehicle registrations were completed online.

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Connecticut

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In 2014, Connecticut was added as a new NIC eGovernment partner.

The team in Hartford quickly went to work developing new services for the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Hawaii

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"Hawaii.gov is not just a portal destination; it is government as a platform."

Sonny Bhagowalia

Former Hawaii Chief Information Officer

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Idaho

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“Access Idaho has given us the ability to continue providing great customer service by introducing multiple electronic payment options.

With the expansion to online services, the city continues to listen to its customers’ needs and change with the times.
Access Idaho has been there every step of the way.”

Mindi Smith-Ferguison

Building Services Dept, City of Meridian

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Indiana

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“We are proud our accomplishments, that help Hoosiers, are being recognized nationally. Governor Pence has laid out a road map that focuses on improving the State’s climate for interaction with citizens and businesses and programs…”

Paul Baltzell

Indiana’s Chief Information Officer

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Iowa

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“Iowa Interactive believes that the greatest application is not only made up of the newest technology but of the people that strive to provide the best partner experience.


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Kansas

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Kansas.gov is good for Kansas business.

94% of businesses give Kansas.gov a favorable rating for time efficiency compared to offline methods.
93% of businesses say that Kansas.gov is reliable.
4 of 5 businesses say eGovernment services make it easier to conduct business in Kansas.

Research conducted by The Center for Public Policy & Administration at the University of Utah


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Kentucky

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Since 2003, Kentucky Interactive has delivered over 1,000 eGovernment websites, applications, and payment processing solutions using the Kentucky.gov platform.


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Louisiana

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During an initial pilot phase, NIC’s team in Baton Rouge will build and manage services for the Department of Public Safety.


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Maine

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“The Internet has become a primary source of news and communication for many individuals with access. Maine citizens can be proud that their state website is consistently recognized as one of the best.”

Governor Paul R. LePage


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Maryland

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“The Online Vision Certification Service is another in a series of rapid-firing, helpful and citizen-friendly products developed by our eGovernment portal team. Maryland drivers, vision providers and state government all reap benefits from this program.”

Elliot Schlanger

Former Secretary and Chief Information Officer of the Department of Information Technology

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Michigan Secretary of State

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More than a decade of supporting the Campaign Financial Disclosure and Election Management Systems for the Michigan Department of State.


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Mississippi

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“Our partnership with Mississippi Interactive has fostered an environment of agile and innovative development and delivery of eGovernment services, and positioned us well to serve the growing expectations of our citizens.”

Dr. Craig Orgeron

Mississippi CIO and Executive Director of MS Department of Information Technology Services

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Montana

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Proud to partner with Montana government agencies and bring them the ePass Montana solution!


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Nebraska

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“Nebraska Interactive continues to advance our State with cutting-edge technology and award-winning services using the self-funded model, being an invaluable asset to Nebraska and all who interact with Nebraska government.”

Brenda Decker

State of Nebraska CIO

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New Jersey

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Customers as divergent as auto dealers producing a temporary vehicle tag to a citizen in need of a birth certificate all benefit from the partnership NICUSA-NJ has with New Jersey State Government.


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New Mexico

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New Mexico Interactive, New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department and the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division have collaborated to build more than 30 high-impact online services that continue to improve communication between the agencies and their customers.

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Oklahoma

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OK.gov provides over 475 online services, averages 2.6 million website visits and has processed $3.5 billion in payments.

“I look to Oklahoma Interactive (OI) as an extension of our agency. We can collaborate with OI’s expert staff to develop a quality service. Because of this partnership, our agency has been able to reduce the cost for both the state and taxpayers.”

Mary Franz

Oklahoma Tax Commission Executive Director

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Oregon

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“It was evident from the beginning that the staff at the Oregon Division of NIC-USA care deeply about creating websites that are useful and usable for Oregonians.”

Tom Fuller

Chair, State of Oregon E-Governance Board

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Pennsylvania

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In just seven months, the new PA.gov delivered 2.2 million visits, 25% via mobile devices, and more than 12,000 new social media interactions!


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Pre-Employment Screening Program

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“PSP offers a simple and easy-to-use solution for obtaining commercial driver crash and inspection histories – valuable information that is integral in the driver hiring process.”

Jeff Secrist

Chief, East-South Division FMCSA Office of Registration & Safety Information

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Rhode Island

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“I wanted to tell you that my experience in the transition from paper renewals to on-line renewals with RI.gov was awesome! It was a smooth transition. Everything worked fine and was very easy to follow.”

Dawne Broadfield

Board Executive, Rhode Island Board of Examination and Registration of Architects

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South Carolina

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“This cutting-edge Complaint System is just another example of the agency’s efforts in leveraging resources to increase efficiency and productivity.

The SC.gov team helped to define process improvements and shared best practices through collaborative efforts with agency resources in order to provide an intuitive and user-friendly online service for citizens and businesses.”

Carri Grube Lybarker

SC Department of Consumer Affairs Administrator

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Tennessee

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TN.gov was recognized as the best state website in the country in the 2013-14 “Best of the Web” competition.

“As we continue to look for ways to make state government more customer-focused, efficient and effective, we are grateful for this
recognition that supports those efforts online.”

Governor Bill Haslam


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Texas

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As a full-service digital government partner, Texas.gov empowers state and local government to streamline business processes, improve cost savings and operate more efficiently.


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Utah

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In 2013, 16 million eGovernment online transactions saved the state of Utah more than $200 million.

“Utah’s online services have saved the State millions of dollars, and served Utahns in innovative and accessible ways.”

Governor Gary R. Herbert


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Vermont

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“It has been a great experience working with VIC for the last eight years in the building of our website and online services – their services have been very beneficial to the DMV and the state.”

Michael Charter

DMV Project Specialist, Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles

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Virginia

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From building award-winning services to demonstrating eGovernment cost savings, VI has partnered with Commonwealth government entities to deliver the highest caliber of mobile and online solutions.


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West Virginia

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$33.9 million in total unemployment contributions were collected online in West Virginia in 2013.


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Wisconsin

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The new Wisconsin portal is setting out to deliver: mobile expansion, increased online services, and streamlined processes for doing business with Wisconsin state government.

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