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EGOV Innovation Station

A space for government ‘innovators’ to share ideas and engage in dialog about alternative funding models for eGovernment services and how no-cost eGovernment is currently benefitting agencies nationwide.

Members: 36
Latest Activity: Aug 25

Download "Innovators Anonymous" to find out:

  • The current size and impact of budget cuts within Federal agencies and what implications these cuts have for Feds
  • How Federal agencies are reacting to the shrinking budgets
  • How innovative thinkers within government think we can address budget shortfalls
  • What the ever-increasing budget constraints means for citizens

The Economics of Online Services in Utah

This study focuses on the financial benefits for Utah in the form of cost avoidance, which is the cumulative difference between the costs of providing a service online and the costs for providing the same service offline.

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Best of the Portal - State by State


Texas words of advice:
– Embrace the public-private partnership
– Have a plan and expect to mature over time
– Understand the paradigm and look at your portal as a service delivery platform and not an information center
– Recognize that it’s ‘our website’ and not ‘my website
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As part of the self-funded model, provides a content management system to 74 state agencies
and has trained more than 300 government employees who manage 102 websites.
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Mobile services on the Arkansas portal are becoming increasingly popular and the state is working to develop and deploy more applications to improve customer service.

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New Mexico's Motor Vehicle Division - Top applications focus on a range of “How do I …” questions plus finding services normally provided at field offices so citizens do not have to travel.

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Check out these other great resources:

ENGAGE: Creating a Supportive e-Government environment Deploying Effective eGovernment Solutions This Old Portal Journey Your Way


Discussion Forum

How Mobile Can Drive Innovation

Started by Amy DeWolf Sep 25, 2013. 0 Replies

91% of Americans own a smartphone. These people are accessing information, in some cases all of their information, from a mobile device. As Robert Knapp, COO of Nic, notes,  they are "no longer 'nice…Continue

Be Excited! Be Prepared! Online Tool

Started by Amy DeWolf Sep 16, 2013. 0 Replies

A few weeks ago the winners of the Public Technology Institute’s Web 2.0 awards were announced. The awards recognize public…Continue

Grading Customer Service With Social Media

Started by Amy DeWolf Aug 15, 2013. 0 Replies

Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Vine, and Foursquare are helping government improve customer service in two ways. The first, obviously, is that they are able to interact with citizens…Continue

FEMA App- Crowdsourcing for Disaster Relief

Started by Amy DeWolf Aug 5, 2013. 0 Replies

New mobile applications seem to be popping up everywhere you look. From state apps that track legislation to apps that track wait times in airports, government agencies at all levels are finding new…Continue

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Comment by Dr. GovLoop on April 16, 2013 at 1:35pm

Be sure to check out this recent blog "NIC and MeriTalk Report Overview: Innovators Anonymous"

Report Highlights:

  • MeriTalk and NIC partner up to conduct survey, Innovators Anonymous
  • Survey includes insights from 200 Federal managers
  • Federal managers report that the current fiscal climate is having far-reaching impacts on meeting mission goals

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