Monday, October 26, 2009

Digital Counties/Cities Surveys

The 2009 Digital Counties Survey...identifies best practices and recognizes those counties with exemplary digital service to their citizens.

Digital Counties Survey 2009 Winners:

500,000 or more population:
1st: Oakland County, MI
2nd: Montgomery County, MD (tie)
2nd: Sacramento County, CA (tie)
3rd: King County, WA
4th: Fairfax County, VA (tie)
4th: Orange County, CA (tie)
5th: Alameda County, CA (tie)
5th: Anne Arundel County, MD (tie)
5th: Prince George's County, MD (tie)
6th: Bernalillo County, NM (tie)
6th: Orange County, FL (tie)
6th: Westchester County, NY (tie)
7th: Los Angeles County, CA (tie)
7th: Wake County, NC (tie)

250,000-499,999 population:
1st: Loudoun County, VA
2nd: Dutchess County, NY
3rd: Hamilton County, IN

150,000-249,999 population:
1st: Roanoke County, VA
2nd: Dona Ana County, NM
3rd: Scott County, IA
4th: Yuma County, AZ (tie)
4th: Peoria County, IL (tie)
4th: Frederick County, MD (tie)

http://www.govtech.com/dc/surveys/counties/90

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The Digital Cities Survey chronicles and recognizes the information technology achievements of cities...

Awards are based on the four population categories. The awards reception will be held during the National League of Cities annual convention Nov. 10-14 in San Antonio, Texas.

http://www.govtech.com/dc/surveys/cities/89

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The Top 5 ranking cities in the Digital Cities Survey (population 250,000 or more):

1) Corpus Christi, TX

2) Miami, FL (tie)

2) Tampa, FL (tie)

3) Aurora, CO (tie)

3) Louisville, KY (tie)

4) Tucson, AZ

5) Riverside, CA

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