This year’s leaders in the Digital Cities Survey from the Center for Digital Government (CDG) share common characteristics.

Many of the organizations recognized are MCCi clients who lead in the way of innovation pre-pandemic, which allowed them to seamlessly shift to remote operations amidst the COVID-19 crisis.

The survey, conducted by the CDG and the National Association of Counties identifies best technology practices among U.S. cities, including initiatives that streamline delivery of government services, encourage open data, collaboration and shared services, enhance cybersecurity and contribute to disaster response and recovery efforts.

Congratulations to our 14 clients recognized in this year’s Digital Cities Survey!

Future Ready Award 2020: 

City of Lynchburg, VA

250,000 – 499,999 population: 

1st City of Virginia Beach, VA

125,000 – 249,999 population: 

4th City of Norfolk, VA  

5th City of Alexandria, VA

6th City of Fort Collins, CO

9th City of Hampton, VA  

75,000 – 124,999 population: 

1st City of Sugar Land, TX  

2nd City of Lynchburg, VA

4th City of Independence, MO

4th City of Roanoke, VA

8th City of Allen, TX

Up to 75,000 population: 

1st City of Danville, VA

5th City of Tamarac, FL

6th City of Venice, FL

7th City of North Port, FL

In these times, government is leaning on technology to do more with less – time, staff or budget. We’re proud to work with such amazing customers, and empower them to leverage technology to better serve their citizens despite new challenges created by the pandemic. We look forward to continue serving the most innovative and forward-thinking municipalities and government agencies across our nation.

If you are interested in learning more about how MCCi can empower your organization? Contact us today and let us help you run smarter.