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Pennsylvania, Colorado, federal DOT add services to Gov2Go app

by Colin Wood • 5 months ago

Since its launch last fall, the one-stop government services app has slowly added new services in a growing number of locations around the country.

Agile development helps Wisconsin meet enhanced opioid reporting requirements

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

The state is increasingly turning to iterative development to meet quality and time constraints on projects large and small.

Gov2Go: Personal assistant for state services launches nationwide

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

E-government services firm NIC says its new consumer platform is the answer to government's silo problem.

'Financial ecosystem' pilot streamlines payment processing in Idaho

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

A new check imaging service is the latest piece of a common system for simplifying payment operations in state government.

Arkansas adds voting information options to digital assistant platform

by Mackenzie Carmen • 2 years ago

The update includes personalized voter information intended to educate voters about where and how to vote in the upcoming election.

Pennsylvania overhauls state website with focus on mobile, service delivery

by Jake Williams • 2 years ago

The new PA.gov — launched with an NIC subsidiary — uses a new, mobile-enabled design that provides quick access to state services.

Oregon prepares to issue marijuana business licenses using new online portal

by Alex Koma • 3 years ago

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has been accepting applications from prospective growers since January through an entirely digital process.

Commentary: Should states worry about the switch to EMV card readers?

by Mukesh Patel • 3 years ago

An Oct. 1 deadline looms for state agencies that could leave them responsible for fraudulent charges made on payment terminals that do not accept a new generation of credit cards.

Arkansas launches first state government Apple Watch app

by Jake Williams • 4 years ago

Services from the Arkansas state government are coming to the Apple Watch, thanks to a new application built by NIC.

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