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Cartegraph Technology Helps Counties Earn Top Honors at 2014 Digital Counties Survey

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Tuesday, July 22nd 2014
Cartegraph | Dubuque, Iowa

Cartegraph, a leading provider of local government technology, is pleased to announce that its technology helped 14 public sector organizations earn top-10 rankings in the 2014 Digital Counties Survey, an annual survey recognizing U.S. counties that use technology to improve services and boost efficiency.

Among the 14 organizations recognized, Clackamas County, OR and Charles County, MD earned number-one rankings in their respective population categories.  The full list of recognized Cartegraph-user organizations and their rankings are as follows:

500,000 or more population category:

3rd - San Diego County, CA

5th - Palm Beach County, FL

8th - Bexar County, TX


250,000-499,999 population category:

1st - Clackamas County, OR

3rd - Bell County, TX

6th - Richland County, SC

9th - Sarasota County, FL


150,000-249,999 population category:

1st - Charles County, MD

4th - Arlington County, VA

5th - Boone County, MO

8th - Jackson County, MI (Tie)

8th - Mohave County, AZ (Tie)


Up to 150,000 population category:

6th - Gloucester County, VA (Tie)

6th - Tompkins County, NY (Tie)

2014 marks the 12th year of the survey, which is coordinated by the Center for Digital Government and the National Association of Counties (NACo). “Counties across the country are using technology to enhance services, maximize efficiency and save money,” said Matthew D. Chase, NACo Executive Director. “The Digital Counties Survey recognizes counties’ best practices and effective uses of technology to better serve their communities.”

The Cartegraph Operations Management System is designed and built to help public sector organizations save time and money. With its emphasis on adoptability, user experience, and return on investment, Cartegraph technology helps organizations effectively manage the work, assets, resources, and requests at the center of their day-to-day<>

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