Cities & Counties in 13 States Select CivicPlus to Increase Online Community Engagement
CivicPlus Awarded 15 New Contracts to Design, Enhance Government Websites
Manhattan, KS (PRWEB) June 06, 2012
CivicPlus, the leading developer of government websites and online community engagement systems, was awarded 15 new contracts in April to design and enhance government websites for cities, counties and associations in 13 states across America.
CivicPlus will develop new or redesign websites for the following cities, counties and associations:
Arizona: AZ Association of Counties
California: Heartland Communications
Kansas: Grant County
Michigan: Mott Middle Early Collge High School, Pittsfield Charter Township
Minnesota: Waseca County
North Carolina: David Conty Public Libary
Texas: Henderson, Roanoke
Washington: Des Moines
Based in Manhattan, KS, CivicPlus has designed more than 1,100 local government websites serving 43 million citizens throughout North America. A recipient of the Center for Digital Government´s Best Fit Integrator Award for delivering extraordinary digital solutions to public IT projects, CivicPlus transforms municipal websites into powerful two-way communication platforms that let citizens talk to and participate in local government. Find out where your community falls on the digital community engagement scale developed by CivicPlus eGov experts. In 2012, CivicPlus will invest more than $2 million in products, research and development. The innovative CivicPlus Government Content Management System (GCMS) now offers more than 60 applications including Citizen Request Tracker, MuniMobile, Facebook and economic development tools. Founded in 2001, CivicPlus was selected by Inc. Magazine as “One of the Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S.” in 2011. For more information visit http://www.civicplus.com.
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