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Charles County, Md., Accepts 2011 Digital Counties Award




September 28, 2011 By

Charles County, Md.,  -- a top finisher in the 2011 Digital Counties Survey  -- received its award in a special presentation recently.

Pictured are (Left to Right):  Kevin Moore; Deborah Hudson, CPA Director, Fiscal and Administrative Services; Evelyn Jacobson, Acting CIO

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The survey -- which recognizes outstanding examples of counties using information and communications technology -- is conducted each year by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities program, in partnership with the National Association of Counties (NACo). The award was presented by Kevin Moore, a representative of Quest Software, one of this year's survey underwriters.


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