Indiana Earns Further Recognition for use of Digital Technology

Yesterday, the Center for Digital Government (CDG) announced that the State of Indiana has earned an overall “A-” grade from for use of digital technology “to improve service delivery, increase capacity and reach policy goals.” As part of the assessment, which graded all 50 states, Indiana received “Top 5” designations in the areas of Finance and Administration (1st place), Enterprise Information and Communications Technology (2nd), Health and Human Services (3rd) and Citizen Engagement (3rd). For 19 years, the CDG has helped benchmark all 50 state governments’ use of digital technologies, conducting a bi-annual survey designed to highlight best and emerging practices that can be shared across state borders. In 2014, Indiana received a “B+.”

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