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Glendale, California, is leveraging its municipal website to proactively combat rumors about local government events and actions.
7 Websites Developed by Vision Internet Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Local Gov Communications
Seven local government agencies in six states recently stepped into the winner’s circle to receive awards for websites designed by the online government innovators at Vision Internet.
To help local government officials assess their website’s readiness for ever-growing community usage, Vision issued a 5-point website checklist that will guide any local agency looking to effectively inform and engage its citizens.
One year after a website overhaul, completed in partnership with the online government experts at Vision Internet, the City of Longmont today reported a 10 percent increase in website visitors.
Government Websites in U.S. and Canada win Vision Internet's "What's Next" Awards for Digital Innovation
Vision Internet today announced the winners of its 2015 "What's Next Awards" competition, which this year recognized four cities for excellence in online innovation, visual impact, citizen engagement and transparency.
California’s water district websites have become champions of change to help residents contend with the 4-year drought that has drained lakes, dried lawns and brought sweeping, state-ordered usage restrictions.
One Year After Website Makeover, City of Palm Bay Reports Significant Increase in Citizen Engagement
One year after a website overhaul, completed in partnership with online government experts at Vision Internet, the City of Palm Bay, Fla. reports that the site www.palmbayflorida.org is engaging the community in record numbers.
One year after Belmont, Calif. launched a new municipal website, www.belmont.gov, developed in partnership with online government experts at Vision Internet, the City reports that the site has become a central hub for engagement with its 26,000 residents.
After an extensive competitive bidding process, Oklahoma City has selected Vision Internet to transform its decade-old municipal website into a user-friendly portal with easy-to-find information and interactive features, the company announced today.
As the nation moves toward an ever more connected society, local governments are challenged to keep pace with citizens who demand access to information and services anywhere, anytime, on any device.
Vision Internet’s First Innovation in Online Government Academy Draws Local Gov Leaders to Manhattan Beach, California
The day-long, hands-on innovation academy included a content strategy session by Ginny Redish, website content expert, usability pioneer and author of “Letting Go of the Words: Writing Web Content That Works.”
As a municipality that truly believes in fostering a culture of innovation, the City of Grande Prairie is a trailblazer for implementing new ideas that enhance staff productivity and increased awareness of city services.
An eye-catching website homepage graphic serves as the new town crier in Grand Forks, ND this fall, touting the message “Leaf Collection Has Begun!”
The website makeover was an effort to solve the problems inherent in outdated website technology that made information hard to find and timely updates virtually impossible, as well as to unite a community comprised of unincorporated enclaves, historic villages, six zip codes and four area codes.
4 Websites Developed by Vision Internet Recognized for Outstanding Achievement in Local Government Communications
What do Reno, Nevada; Westbrook, Maine; Provo, Utah and the largest public water utility in Kansas have in common? All four won national awards this month for websites designed by the online government innovators at Vision Internet.
Vision Internet, innovators in online government, today announced that Caltius Equity Partners has made a growth capital investment in the company that will expand its platform of simple, easy-to-use IT tools for local government and accelerate growth throughout North America.
Palm Bay's website is the best in the state when it comes to providing access to public information and municipal services online, according to an adjusted report from the Florida First Amendment Foundation.