Tyler Technologies to buy digital government vendor NIC for $2.3 billion
The deal is by far the biggest in Tyler's corporate history, and gives the civic tech vendor a doorway into statewide contracting.
Mississippi hopes to reverse declining game revenue with new online licensing system
Just in time for turkey season.
Wisconsin signs 5-year deal with NIC
The company announced today that Wisconsin signed a 5-year agreement with the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Wisconsin Interactive Network LLC, to provide self-funded eGovernment services along with managing the state’s web portal at Wisconsin.gov.
New TN.gov gives citizens multi-device accessibility
Newly redesigned TN.gov, the official website for the State of Tennessee, is vintage in only one respect: its artwork.
New Arkansas.gov continues trend to mobile-friendly design, prominent search
Arkansas.gov joins a growing list of new state government websites launching with a responsive, mobile-friendly, search-centric design.
NIC releases Q1 results, earns 15 cents per share, revenues increase 26 percent
NIC announced net income of 0.0 million and earnings per share of 15 cents on total revenues of 1.2 million for the three months ended March 31, 2013.
NIC to announce first quarter 2013 results May 6
The first quarter 2013 conference call and 2013 annual stockholder meeting may include discussion of company developments, and forward-looking and other material information about business and financial matters.
Kansas electronic tax filing expedites refunds
Filing individual income taxes online removes the onerous process of filling out paper forms, and is the fastest way for taxpayers to receive refunds, according to the Kansas Department of Revenue.
New Maryland.gov is latest to adopt responsive web strategy
Maryland has launched a redesigned Maryland.gov, complete with responsive features that adapt to the visitor's device, whether it's a smartphone, tablet or personal computer.