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[December 03, 2012]

Cities & Counties in 10 States Select CivicPlus to Increase Online Community Engagement

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Manhattan, Kan. (PRWEB) December 03, 2012 CivicPlus, the leading developer of government websites and online community engagement systems, was awarded 19 contracts in November to design and enhance government websites for cities, counties and associations in 10 states across the United States.

CivicPlus will develop new or redesign websites for the following cities, counties and associations:    •      Arizona: Goodyear Ballpark, Youngstown (redesign)    •     California: Artesia, Malibu, Temple City    •     Illinois: Geneva    •     Indiana: Fishers, Hobart, Porter County    •     Minnesota: South St. Paul    •     North Carolina: Onslow Water & Sewer Authority (redesign)    •     Oregon: Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue    •     South Dakota: Brookings County, Watertown    •     Texas: Hunt County, Plano Centre    •     Virginia: Seven Venues Department of Cultural Facilities, Art & Entertainment, Stafford County 350th Anniversary CivicPlus has approximately 1300 clients across the United States and Canada. Our client websites have been recognized for both excellence in design and usability, earning 75 awards from various organizations in recognition of their website excellence.

CivicPlus specializes in using advanced technology to develop websites that increase citizen engagement, government accountability and operational efficiencies. 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.

About CivicPlus Based in Manhattan, Kan., CivicPlus has designed more than 1,300 local government websites serving 43 million citizens throughout North America. A recipient of the Center for Digital Government’s Best Fit Integrator Award for delivering extraordinary digital solutions to public IT projects, CivicPlus transforms municipal websites into powerful two-way communication platforms that let citizens talk to and participate in local government. Find out where your community falls on the digital community engagement scale developed by CivicPlus eGov experts. In 2012, CivicPlus will invest more than $2 million in products, research and development. The innovative CivicPlus Government Content Management System (GCMS™) now offers more than 60 applications including Citizen Request Tracker, MuniMobile, Facebook and economic development tools. Founded in 2001, CivicPlus was selected by Inc. Magazine as “One of the Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S.” in 2011 & 2012. For more information visit

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