UM Students Now Building Citizen Connection Technology For JacksonIn what the University of Michigan describes as a first-of-its-kind partnership, UM students have begun building information technology tools for the city of Jackson aimed at solving more than a dozen civic challenges identified by city officials.
Mobile The Next Frontier For E-Gov Satisfaction, According to ForeSeeA poll of ForeSee federal government clients shows that one-third of e-government Web sites currently has a functional mobile site or mobile app and more than half are planning or developing a mobile site, app, or both, providing evidence that federal government agencies are beginning to recognize the benefits and opportunity of the mobile channel for serving citizens.
Michigan Digital Summit Connects Government Technology LeadersTechnology leaders from state, county, city and township government convened at the Lansing Center on Nov. 2 and 3 for the ninth annual Michigan Digital Government Summit. The conference serves as a strategic tool for managers, executives and policy makers in government technology.
Michigan Secretary of State Adds More Online ServicesMichigan residents can now access the online, no-wait Secretary of State through a new tool available at ExpressSOS.com, Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced Wednesday.
Good Government Web Sites Save Money, Foster DemocracyAnn Arbor-based ForeSee Results Tuesday issued its quarterly report on the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s E-Government Satisfaction Index, which indicates that good federal government Web sites save the government money and foster democracy.
Oakland CIO In DC For Tech TalksOakland County’s position as one of the most digitally advanced counties in the nation will be front and center at the National Association of Counties 2011 Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C., which began Saturday.
New Report: State Of E-Gov Union Is StrongAnn Arbor-based ForeSee Results Tuesday released the American Customer Satisfaction Index E-Government Satisfaction Index, showing that citizen satisfaction with federal government Web sites remains near its all-time high.
Ann Arbor Ranks No. 6 In Digital City Rankings
Transparency Helps E-Government Increase Citizen Satisfaction
New Web Site For Oakland Clerk-Register Office
Online Transparency Drives E-Government Satisfaction, Trust
Citizen Satisfaction With E-Government Slips