Six COG Member Jurisdictions Honored as Top Digital County Governments

Jul 15, 2008

(From the Center for Digital Government web site)

The Center for Digital Government has completed this year's evaluation of America's top digital county governments. This year's Digital Counties Survey found many counties using information technology in increasingly innovative ways and improving service to their citizens.

The 2008 Digital Counties Survey is an annual study by the Center and the National Association of Counties (NACo). To recognize the hard work and innovation of the best governments, the survey's top digital counties were honored at a national awards ceremony which coincided with NACo's national conference in Kansas City, Missouri, July 11-15, 2008.

For populations of 500,000 or more:

Fairfax County, VA (3rd place)

Montgomery County, MD (8th place)

Prince George's County, MD (9th place)

For populations from 250,000 to 499,999:

Loudoun County, VA (1st place)

Prince William County, VA (6th place)

For populations from 150,000 to 249,999:

Frederick County, MD (1st place)

For the full press release and list of winners, click here.

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