County of Maui website wins National Award for Excellence
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The County of Maui website was recognized in September in the 2010 Best of the Web (BOW) Awards, held by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government. The County’s website took 4th place in the County Portal category, earning national recognition as an outstanding government portal based on its innovations, functionality and efficiencies.
“We’re very proud of our County website,” said Mayor Charmaine Tavares. “Starting in 2007, County Management Information Systems (MIS) staff led a team from my office and our county departments to
redesign the website. In making it more user-friendly, we have also earned important national recognition. We currently receive nearly 100,000 visits and nearly 300,000 page views each month, which highlights how important government websites have become today.”
To view the County’s award-winning website, visit www.mauicounty.gov.
This is the 15th year of the BOW awards. To view a complete list of awardees, visit www.centerdigitalgov.com. The Center for Digital Government (www.centerdigitalgov.com) is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government. The Center is a division of e.Republic, Inc., (www.erepublic.com) the nation‘s leading publishing, research, event, and new media company focused on information technology for the state/local government and education sectors.