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|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||20.53 - 21.02|
|52 Week Range||11.76 - 23.45|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.37|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.32 (1.57%)|
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The official website for the state of Maine, www.maine.gov, was named a finalist in the third annual Government Experience Awards sponsored by the Center for Digital Government. The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute that focuses on information technology and best practices in state and local government. The Government Experience Awards program recognizes the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that have radically improved the experience of government and the delivery of citizen services.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has coordinated with Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge to provide an in-state mechanism for testing harvested deer for the presence of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). Hunters seeking to have their harvested deer tested for CWD are encouraged to complete a new online form detailing the specific location where they have harvested a deer and then submit tissue from the animal to the nearest LDWF Field Office. The test will provide a reliable assurance to hunters that the animal was not positive for CWD.
After a competitive bid process, the Commonwealth of Virginia has awarded Virginia Interactive (VI) a new enterprise services contract to provide state digital government solutions. This long-term commitment allows VI to work alongside the state through the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) to continue improving the efficiency and experience of government services. Virginia Interactive works with the Commonwealth of Virginia’s agencies and localities to deliver services focused specifically on helping residents easily and conveniently interact with government.
Beginning this month, the citizens of Musselshell County will be able to buy a burn permit without standing in line or even leaving home. The Musselshell County Burn Permit service will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, online at www.BurnPermits.mt.gov. Through the new website, citizens will have instant access to purchase permits, add multiple burn locations to a single permit, and print permits at home or send permits to themselves electronically by entering an email address.
Hawaii Information Consortium's website has once again been nationally recognized, this time as a winner in the 14th annual W³ Awards. It was also recently honored with the Award of Distinction from the Communicator Awards for its innovative, modern and mobile-oriented design.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) has awarded Colorado’s one-stop business registration solution, MyBizColorado, with a State Government Experience Award. The Government Experience Awards recognize achievements and best practices of government projects that deliver innovative, sophisticated solutions to transform the way citizens interact with government. Starting a business in Colorado used to require citizens to deal with multiple agencies and could be a difficult and cumbersome process.
The statewide personal and real estate property tax payment deadline is Oct. 15. Citizens in more than 50 Arkansas counties can avoid standing in line and paying late fees by paying their property taxes online before the deadline. “It’s important that citizens realize that their property taxes directly support their communities.
The state’s official website, Arkansas.gov, and Governor Asa Hutchinson’s website, governor.arkansas.gov, both received “Government Standard of Excellence” awards in The Web Marketing Association’s 17th annual WebAward competition. The WebAward program is the longest-running annual website award competition dedicated to naming the best websites in 96 industry categories, while setting the standard of excellence for all website development. The “Standard of Excellence” award is presented to entries scoring above average in their industry.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) announced the state of Arkansas has tied with Maryland for second place in the Government Experience Awards. Winners of this third-annual awards program were recognized for their efforts to utilize emerging government technology resources to radically improve the experience of government and push the boundaries of how citizen services are delivered. Arkansas’s digital government experience encompasses more than 900 services delivered to citizens through responsive and chatbot-integrated Arkansas.gov, the Arkansas.gov social media presence, a new Alexa Skill and Google Home app, and Gov2Go - the state’s internationally acclaimed citizen-centric digital government assistant.
MyPVL was recently announced as a winner of the third annual Center for Digital Government, Government Experience Awards. The awards recognize the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that have gone to the web and beyond to radically improve the experience of government and push the boundaries of how citizen services are delivered. MyPVL is a one-stop-shop for anyone who wants to become a professional licensee or manage an existing license with the Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Professional and Vocational Licensing Division (PVL).
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ official website and mobile app, both built and hosted by Alabama Interactive, were honored with platinum awards from the dotCOMM award competition. The platinum award is the highest possible recognition from the competition that honors excellence in web creativity and digital communication. The Outdoor Alabama mobile app and OutdoorAlabama.com were strategically designed to provide a seamless user experience across both platforms.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) has announced the winners of the 2019 Government Experience Awards. The recently redesigned Kansas.gov site, the official website for the State of Kansas, was recognized with a fifth-place finish in the category of “Overall State Government Experience.” The award category recognizes the top 10 state websites in the nation, placing strong emphasis on improving the citizen experience and innovations in how citizens interact with government. The 2019 redesign of Kansas.gov was delivered as a service by the Information Network of Kansas, Inc. (INK).
The State of Vermont has been named a national award finalist for its ability to connect citizens with available online government services and resources. The Center for Digital Government has recognized the State of Vermont and its newly-redesigned Vermont.gov website as a finalist for the 2019 Government Experience Awards in the overall experience category. The Center for Digital Government is the leading national research and advisory institute focusing on technology in state and local government.
The official website of the State of Mississippi, ms.gov, won third place in the Center for Digital Government's third annual Government Experience Awards. Ms.gov was recognized for its digital first approach to delivering citizen-focused services, and for implementing the latest emerging technologies to present a single view of Mississippi government that is accessible from any device. The Government Experience Awards recognize the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that excel at creating useful online government services and applications.
Secretary of State Mark Hammond is proud to announce the agency’s recently redesigned website, www.sos.sc.gov. The new site features modern design elements, a streamlined user experience and mobile-friendly access.
The Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at www.djj.sc.gov. “We were very intentional about the design and content of our new website, placing new emphasis on serving all potential end users – parents, lawmakers, community partners, media, etc.,” explains DJJ Executive Director Freddie B. Pough. The new website design - highlighted by a brand new DJJ logo and color scheme - allows users to access Department of Juvenile Justice resources, including information on career opportunities for youth, local community initiatives, volunteer opportunities, DJJ’s Birchwood School District, and the ability to run interactive data reports.
The award-winning State of Montana website, My Revenue, continues to impress by radically improving the experience of government and pushing the boundaries of how digital government services are delivered. The Montana Department of Revenue’s (DOR) website recently earned a 2019 Government Experience award from the Center for Digital Government (CDG). Whether appealing a property tax appraisal, paying medical marijuana provider taxes or bidding on a liquor license, My Revenue’s modern, streamlined, responsive customer experience provides Montana’s citizens and businesses with the efficient and intuitive services they expect.
The Town of Vail has integrated Colorado Interactive’s payment processing engine into its short-term rental platform, making it easier for property owners to manage properties and complete and pay for property registrations online.
The State of Vermont recently won a national award for the newly redesigned state government portal website. The dotCOMM Awards named the State of Vermont a gold winner in the government category for the new Vermont.gov.
Paying municipal taxes and fees in Jonesboro, Arkansas is now easier thanks to a new online payment system offered by the city. Residents and businesses can visit ar.gov/jonesboro to make convenient online payments from their mobile devices or desktop computers with a credit card, debit card or electronic check. The search feature also allows residents to look up their resident ID directly from the payment system.
Hawaii Business Express (HBE) has been nationally recognized with a Web Marketing Association award for Outstanding Website in the government category. Hawaii Business Express was created at the request of the State of Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (DCCA), Business Registration Division (BREG) and in partnership with Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC, the official internet portal manager of eHawaii.gov. In April, BREG’s suite of business services was entirely redesigned to better serve Hawaii’s business community by incorporating feedback from both new and power users.
Ceremony highlighted the transformative impact of 21 state government technology projects
The State of Idaho Information Technology Services has awarded Idaho Information Consortium (IIC), an NIC company, a two-year contract with two additional one-year extension options. IIC has partnered with the state since 1999 to provide digital government solutions to citizens, businesses and visitors across Idaho. The company provides nearly 300 digital services through Access Idaho to make government interactions more accessible and convenient.