Connecticut signs agreement with NIC

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Connecticut is the latest state to hire NIC Inc. to manage its websites.

The state signed a three-year agreement with NIC’s wholly owned subsidiary, Connecticut Interactive, to provide self-funded e-government services and manage the state’s official Web portal ct.gov.

“Online government services with a mobile-enabled approach are no longer the exception, but the expectation,” said Mark Raymond, chief information officer for the state of Connecticut. “We are excited about this partnership that will allow us to deliver the e-government innovation that Connecticut’s citizens and businesses expect and deserve.”

Connecticut Interactive will focus on creating an enhanced user experience on ct.gov, as well as developing additional mobile applications and new online services that benefit citizens and businesses.

Connecticut is the latest state to partner with NIC, joining Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, which began partnering with NIC over the past year.

The family of NIC companies provides e-government solutions for more than 3,500 federal, state and local agencies across the United States.

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