I think this reflects how critically important ICT has become to government service delivery, and the priority governors and legislators place on it as we continue to come out of recessionary times.
More states received an A grade this year than ever before, and the effort states are putting into innovation, collaboration and making sure their investments are well aligned with the priorities of the people they serve has never been higher." States with a solid A grade this year are Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Utah and Virginia.
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Other innovative projects include a multi-state shared services offender management system, a new inmate banking system, three new administrative Web portals and an online continuing education system.
The state's outstanding performance in this area can be credited not only to leadership from Gov.
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A growing number of states fill out the top of the curve compared to surveys past — 20 states earned a grade of B or higher, and a whopping 10 states earned an A or A-.
"The results of the 2016 Digital States Survey are very encouraging," said Todd Sander, executive director of the Center for Digital Government, owned by e. "We did not identify any state trending down with regard to their use of information and communication technology (ICT).
From an officer safety, business process improvement standpoint, it's a large accomplishment." Political leadership was cited as a critical factor in all of the top states in this year's survey. Terry Mc Auliffe's mission to create a "new Virginia economy." The state's IT office supported that mission in a range of projects, from transportation and natural resources to education and public safety — but perhaps most of all with a suite of enhancements in the commonwealth's health and human services agencies.
A new Medicaid Case Management System allowed for the retirement of a legacy mainframe system and has processed more than 900,000 applications since October 2014.
An Automated Traffic Signal Performance Metrics program and Web interface supplies both the department and the public with more than a dozen metrics indicating traffic flow throughout the state, which predicted that its intelligent transportation systems save more than 0 million annually.
"With transportation particularly, we've taken a very data-driven approach and automation to almost all functions," said Utah Chief Technology Officer Dave Fletcher.
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