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Napa County Wins Digital Counties Award



November 5, 2012 By

Photo: Chris Clay (R) of Motorola Solutions Inc. -- a Digital Counties program sponsor -- presented the award on Oct 31 to Napa County CIO Jon  Gjestvang (L) who was outfitted for Halloween.

Napa County, Calif., a top Digital Counties finisher every year since 2004, extended its run with yet another award in the 2012 survey.  The Digital Counties Survey awards recognize counties leading in the use of information and communications technology to work effectively in providing service to the public, and is conducted by the Center for Digital Government and the Digital Communities program — divisions of parent company e.Republic — in partnership with the National Association of Counties.


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