MANHATTAN, KS – (September 2, 2011) CivicPlus, the national leader in open government technology, was awarded 18 new contracts in the past two weeks with city and county officials from across the U.S. who seek to increase citizen engagement, government accountability and operational efficiencies.
The company has been engaged to develop and design new websites for Archuleta County, CO; Fredericksburg, TX; North Salt Lake, UT; Moses Lake, WA; Newton, IA; Highland Village, TX; Flower Mound, TX; Duncanville, TX; West Orange, NJ; Baldwin, WI; Southlake, TX; Eugene, OR; Douglas County, NV; and the North Richland Hills (TX) Library. The Carlsbad (NM) Department of Development also has chosen CivicPlus to develop a website for the first annual National Nuclear Fuel Cycle Summit to be held in April 2012. In addition, Tolleson, AZ; Brighton, NY; and the Suwannee River Water Management District in Live Oak, FL have selected CivicPlus to redesign and refresh the look of their existing websites.
Founded in 2001 in Manhattan, KS, CivicPlus has designed nearly 900 local government websites for cities and counties serving more than 31.6 million citizens throughout North America. CivicPlus was recently selected by Inc. Magazine as One of the Fastest-Growing Privately Held Companies in the U.S. 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.