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|52 Week Range||11.76 - 24.38|
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|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.32 (1.42%)|
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National Online Registries, Inc. (NOR) received a Gold MarCom Award in the Insurance Website category for its MCInfo system. The MarCom Awards recognize outstanding achievement by creative professionals involved in the concept, direction, design and production of marketing, communication materials and programs. The award marks the second MarCom win for MCInfo after the company earned a Gold Award in the Informational Video category for a system demo video in 2018.
Since July 2019, the Department of Agriculture and Industries’ Plant Section, in collaboration with Alabama Interactive, has launched eight online applications. The applications allow ADAI to collect information and payments online, increasing efficiencies for customers and the department.
What started as a challenge quickly grew into a movement, impacting complete strangers in more ways than one and raising more than $235,000 for St. Jude. As the leader in digital government, NIC employees are used to helping citizens and governments across the country without much fanfare. The company’s behind-the-scenes work is what helps fuel its partner states’ interactions and relationships with the public, and NIC has always been up for the challenges it presents.
The New Jersey Department of Health’s Office of Vital Statistics and Registry has launched the Vital Records Birth Certificate Sex Designation Change Amendment application, a new online service that allows citizens to submit request forms and attestations to amend the sex designation listed on their birth certificate to reflect their gender identity. The online service allows citizens to submit their amendment request online and upload their attestation and supporting documentation in lieu of mailing a paper application.
In October, the Alabama Secretary of State, in conjunction with Alabama Interactive, launched two solutions tied to the Fair Campaign Practices Act. Internally, the office implemented a new Violation Tracking System, and externally, a new payment portal was launched. Not only does the platform improve the public’s experience, but the online tracking system also allows the Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s office to more effectively manage violations and payments in one robust solution.
The Hawaii Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Professional and Vocational Licensing Division has announced address change requests are now being accepted through the online licensing dashboard, MyPVL.
The state of Vermont has won two national awards for the newly redesigned state government portal. The Davey Awards named the state of Vermont a gold winner in the Government for Websites category and a silver winner in the Best User Experience for Websites category for the new Vermont.gov that launched in May this year. The Davey Awards annually recognize outstanding creative works in digital and print media.
The winners of the 2019 Davey Awards have been announced and Hawaii Information Consortium’s (HIC) website, nichawaii.egov.com, is the winner of a Silver Award for its innovative design. The Davey Awards recognize those who utilize flawless execution, groundbreaking technology and a fresh approach to the thought process to produce top-tier content,” said Derek Howard, Executive Director of the AIVA. Hawaii Information Consortium, a subsidiary of NIC Inc., is the premier provider of government websites, digital government services and secure payment processing solutions for the state of Hawaii.
The Mississippi Community College Board (MCCB) unveils its brand-new, fully redesigned website this week. Additionally, users can easily obtain information about the State’s 15 community colleges, as well as a host of additional information provided by the Community College Board. “Since the start of the MCCB Website Redesign Project, our goal has been to create a user friendly website that would be a platform to showcase who we are as an agency, what we do for Mississippi, and who we serve—our colleges,” MCCB’s Director of Instructional Technology, Shalon Farris, said.
The Kansas Department of Revenue, in partnership with the Information Network of Kansas, recently launched its “Kansas Driver’s Practice Test,” the first driver’s license practice exam skill made for the Amazon Echo Show. The skill, which can be accessed on all Amazon Echo devices, will equip Kansans to be safe and informed about the rules of driving. “In a world filled with technology, government agencies must strive to be at the forefront of innovation and create services that help citizens,” said Mark Burghart, Secretary of Revenue.
Through a competitive bid process, the state of Vermont has selected NIC’s Vermont Information Consortium (VIC) as its state digital government services provider. The new enterprise services contract is for three years with one three-year renewal option, continuing VIC’s commitment to providing efficient and convenient digital government services to citizens and businesses across the state. Since 2006, VIC has been a trusted partner of the state of Vermont, working with state agencies and localities to deliver services geared specifically toward helping residents easily interact with government.
The State of Kansas today announced the launch of the Kansas Business One Stop - ksbiz.kansas.gov. The new site is a joint effort by the Secretary of State’s office and several state agencies to simplify the process of starting, operating and growing a business in Kansas. Participating agencies include the Kansas Department of Agriculture, Kansas Department of Commerce, Kansas Department of Labor and Kansas Department of Revenue.
NIC Inc. , the nation’s premier provider of digital government solutions, will discuss its third quarter financial results via a conference call on Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
The official website for the state of Maine, www.maine.gov, was named a finalist in the third annual Government Experience Awards sponsored by the Center for Digital Government. The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute that focuses on information technology and best practices in state and local government. The Government Experience Awards program recognizes the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that have radically improved the experience of government and the delivery of citizen services.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has coordinated with Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge to provide an in-state mechanism for testing harvested deer for the presence of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). Hunters seeking to have their harvested deer tested for CWD are encouraged to complete a new online form detailing the specific location where they have harvested a deer and then submit tissue from the animal to the nearest LDWF Field Office. The test will provide a reliable assurance to hunters that the animal was not positive for CWD.
After a competitive bid process, the Commonwealth of Virginia has awarded Virginia Interactive (VI) a new enterprise services contract to provide state digital government solutions. This long-term commitment allows VI to work alongside the state through the Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) to continue improving the efficiency and experience of government services. Virginia Interactive works with the Commonwealth of Virginia’s agencies and localities to deliver services focused specifically on helping residents easily and conveniently interact with government.
Beginning this month, the citizens of Musselshell County will be able to buy a burn permit without standing in line or even leaving home. The Musselshell County Burn Permit service will be available beginning at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 15, online at www.BurnPermits.mt.gov. Through the new website, citizens will have instant access to purchase permits, add multiple burn locations to a single permit, and print permits at home or send permits to themselves electronically by entering an email address.
Hawaii Information Consortium's website has once again been nationally recognized, this time as a winner in the 14th annual W³ Awards. It was also recently honored with the Award of Distinction from the Communicator Awards for its innovative, modern and mobile-oriented design.
The Center for Digital Government (CDG) has awarded Colorado’s one-stop business registration solution, MyBizColorado, with a State Government Experience Award. The Government Experience Awards recognize achievements and best practices of government projects that deliver innovative, sophisticated solutions to transform the way citizens interact with government. Starting a business in Colorado used to require citizens to deal with multiple agencies and could be a difficult and cumbersome process.
The statewide personal and real estate property tax payment deadline is Oct. 15. Citizens in more than 50 Arkansas counties can avoid standing in line and paying late fees by paying their property taxes online before the deadline. “It’s important that citizens realize that their property taxes directly support their communities.