Over the past 13 years, the Center for Digital Government has been selecting winners from their annual Digital City Survey, creating the most prestigious of national technology awards for localities. This year, with a winner in 9 of the 10 places and totalling 70% of the large population winners, Granicus is proud to congratulate all of our partner cities who made the grade.
Entries in awards (18)
The 2013 Best of the Web awards, created by Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government, have been announced with Granicus clients taking first place in all categories. In both City and State categories, Granicus clients took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. In total, city, county, and state level agencies that use Granicus took 9 of the 15 winning slots, and 10 of the 18 finalist slots, a majority of all winners.
The 2013 Digital Counties Awards prove that Granicus clients continue to shine. Released by the Center for Digital Government in conjunction with the National Association for Counties, the Digital Counties Awards grade counties on their ability to effectively and efficiently use digital technologies. This year, 21 Granicus clients were honored, up from the 16 honored in 2012. Nearly 60% of the winners in the 500,000 or more population category use Granicus.
The release of the Sunshine Review’s fourth annual Sunny Awards has revealed a clear pattern: Granicus clients are consistently receiving top honors.
Encouragingly, out of over 1,000 qualifying government sites from across the country, 247 were awarded an “A” grade. That’s a 15.4% increase over the number of “A” grades last year and a 502.4% increase since the first awards in 2010.
The 2012 Digital State Survey was recently published, awarding eight states with A grades for their digital initiatives; half of these states use Granicus solutions. The Digital State Survey, a biennial review of state government technology practices, is conducted by the Center for Digital Government, and published through Government Technology magazine.
The 2012 Best of the Web awards, created by Government Technology and the Center for Digital Government, revealed an astounding fact: 80% of the cities, and 60% of the counties awarded, including the first place city winner, have implemented online open government solutions from Granicus. Inc.