Set to Use Technology to Increase Citizen Engagement and Govt Accountability
Published : Thursday, June 13, 2013 | 12:45 PM
The City of San Marinoâ€™s website will be one of 32 government websites for cities, counties and government agencies enhanced by CivicPlus, a developer of government websites and online community engagement, it was announced today.
Other cities include Richmond, Mich.; Hot Springs, Ark.; Linn County in Iowa, Morris Township in New Jersey; Goose Creek, S.C.; Liberty Lake in the state of Washington and Bar Harbor in Maine.
Based in Manhattan, Kan., CivicPlus specializes in using advanced technology to develop websites that increase citizen engagement, government accountability and operational efficiencies, according to a news statement.
The company is a certified GSA Schedule contract holder for the U.S. Federal Government as an Information Technology Service provider (SIN 132-51) under the IT Schedule 70.
CivicPlus also holds statewide master contracts for web hosting and development services with the Kansas Department of Administration and the Texas Department of Information Resources.
In 2013, CivicPlus will invest nearly $2.5 million in products, research and development, according to a news statement.
Founded in 2001, CivicPlus was selected by Inc. Magazine as â€œOne of the Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S.â€ in 2011 and 2012. For more information visitÂ http://www.civicplus.com.