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2008 - 2nd Place in Digital States Survey Top 25 2012 Digital States Survey - Grade A
Overall, eight states received A grades, doubling the number from 2010 with Michigan and Utah receiving an A and California, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West Virginia receiving an A-.
 2008 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - 
            Finalis 2012 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - Finalist
e.Republic's Center for Digital Government has announced the 2012 winners of its annual Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards.
 2008 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - 
            Finalis 2011 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - Finalist
e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government has announced the 2011 winners of its annual Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards.
2008 - 2nd Place in Digital States Survey Top 25 2010 Digital States Survey - Grade A
In its comprehensive 2010 Digital States Survey, e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government evaluated the digital technology practices of all 50 states.  Grades were given based on quantifiable results in better serving citizens and streamlining operations. Four states received A grades, with Michigan and Utah receiving an A and Pennsylvania and Virginia receiving an A-.
2008 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - 
            Finalis 2010 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - Finalist
e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government has announced its 2010 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards, tapping state and local governments across the U.S. who are tops in digital delivery.
2008 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - 
            Finalis
2009 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - Finalist
Best of the Web ranks the top U.S. state and local Web portals, recognizing advances in digital solutions and communication with citizens, government communities and business. The Digital Government Achievement Awards showcase progressive and innovative Web sites and digital applications by government entities worldwide.
2008 Digital States Survey Top 25 - 2nd Place
The top 25 most tech-savvy states in the nation have been announced as a result of the Center's 2008 Digital States Survey, a comprehensive biannual review of digital solutions and best practices among state governments.
2008 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards - Finalist
Best of the Web recognizes the most innovative, user-friendly state and local government portals while the Digital Government Achievement Award recognizes outstanding agency and department Web sites and applications.
1st Place
2006 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards
The Best of Web is an annual awards program that recognizes the most innovative, user-friendly state and local government portals. This national awards program judges state, city and county Web sites on their innovation, Web-delivery of public services, efficiency, economy, and functionality for improved citizen access.
 
Digital Government Achievement Award 2006 Winner
1st Place

2006 1st place Digital States Survey

The 10 most digitally-advanced state governments in the nation have been identified by the Center for Digital Government. The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center, is a comprehensive study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

2006 Brown University E-Government Survey Ranked 4th
Seventh annual e-government analysis conducted by researchers at Brown University.
2005 Brown University E-Government Survey Ranked 5th
Sixth annual e-government analysis conducted by researchers at Brown University.
2005 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards
The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2005 Best of the Web contest and Digital Government Achievement Awards.
2004 1st place Digital States Survey
This survey is the first report on the transition of states to digital government since the 2002 elections.
2004 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards
The Best of the Web recognizes the innovations in providing solutions and communicating well with citizens, businesses or educational communities.
2003 Brown University E-Government Survey Ranked 6th
States vary enormously in their overall ranking based on Web presence. The highest ranking sites include Massachusetts, Texas, Indiana, Tennessee, California, Michigan...
2002 2nd place Digital States Survey
Michigan, powered by a reorganization that put all of the state's IT resources under one roof, jumped from No. 9 in 2001 to the No. 2 position in this year's survey.
2002 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards
Sites were judged on innovation and use of Web-based online technology to deliver government or education services.
2001 Brown University E-Government Survey Ranked 2nd
Analysis indicates Indiana, Michigan, Texas, Tennessee, and Washington have the top-ranking online services among the 50 states.
2001 Best of the Web and Digital Government Achievement Awards
Close to 400 state and local government Web sites were judged on functionality (ease of use) and improved citizen access.

2001 9th place Digital States Survey
States new to the top 10 list include Arizona, Florida and Michigan with scores of 83.33. Each of these states posted noticeable gains over the previous year...