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2014 VEMA Award

2014 VEMA Award

The VEMA Award recognizes the outstanding work of the innovative, artistic, and creative professionals involved in the multimedia arts.

Best of the Web 2013 Winner

2013 Best State Government Web Site

TN.gov was awarded the top spot in the Center for Digital Government's annual 2013 Best of the Web awards. Read Governor Haslam's press release.

Digital Government Achievement Award 2013

2013 Digital Government Achievement Award

Tennessee has earned a Digital Government Achievement Award forTDOT's SmartWay traffic mobile app. The Digital Government Achievement Awards (DGAA) highlight outstanding government agency and department websites and applications.

Digital States Survey

2012 Digital States Survey Awards Tennessee
an A Grade for Digital Technology

The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government, is a biennial study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Digital Government Achievement Award 2012

2012 Digital Government Achievement Award

Tennessee has earned a Digital Government Achievement Award for its self-service iPad kiosks in driver service centers. The Digital Government Achievement Awards (DGAA) highlight outstanding agency and department websites and applications.

Best of the Web 2010 Finalist

2011 Best of The Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2011 Best of the Web contest. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

2011 Sunshine Review Award

2011 Sunshine Review Award

In 2011 Tennessee earned a Sunny Award for having a perfect website transparency score.

Best of the Web 2010 Finalist

2010 Best of The Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2010 Best of the Web contest. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

Digital States Survey

2010 Digital States Survey Gives Grade of B+
and Ranks 1st in Public Safety

The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government, is a biennial study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Top Website Government Juggle Awards

2010 Juggle Top Government Website Award

Juggle.com recognizes state government web sites for excellence in web design and services. Each site applies the best that web technology has to offer in order to provide citizens with greater access to information and government services.

Brookings Institute

2009 Ranked Top 10 in State E-Government

TN.gov was ranked 10 in the nation in the “Comparing Technology Innovation in the Private and Public Sectors” report by The Brookings Institution. The paper evaluates the websites of leading U.S. corporations with state and national governments, grades their overall performance, and examines nearly two dozen features of digital innovation, including: personalization, interactivity, transparency, PDA access, disability access, language translation, number of online services, privacy, security, and user feedback.

Digital States Survey

2008 Digital States Survey Ranked 10th

The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government, is a biennial study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Brookings Institute

2008 Ranked Top 10 in State E-Government

TN.gov was ranked 10 in the nation in this report by The Brookings Institution. The report assesses the nature of American state and federal electronic government in 2008 by examining whether e-government effectively capitalizes on the interactive features available on the World Wide Web to improve service delivery and public outreach.

Best of the Web Finalist 2007

2007 Best of the Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2007 Best of the Web contest. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

Digital Government Achievement Award Finalist 2007

2007 Digital Government Achievement Award

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2007 Digital Government Achievement Awards. Tennessee received an honorable mention for the Tennessee Integrated Criminal Justice Portal, which is an innovative solution combining four databases into a single secure site where law enforcement officials across Tennessee can search and cross-reference.

Brown University

2007 E-Government Survey Ranked 5th

The State of Tennessee provides many dynamic features including RSS feeds, Live Help, a digital photo album, and multiple audio and video files. All of the offered online services were neatly centralized through one link and divided into 13 easy access categories. The portal page also featured a Law and Justice link that provides national and state AMBER alerts and allows users to search for felony, meth, and sex offenders, according to Brown University’s 2007 survey of state and federal web sites and e-government services.

Best of the Web Finalist 2006

2006 Best of the Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2006 Best of the Web contest and Digital Government Achievement Awards. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

Digital States Survey

2006 Digital States Survey Ranked 10th

The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government, is a biennial study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Brown University

2005 E-Government Survey Ranked 6th

The State of Tennessee was recognized as 6th in the nation according to Brown University’s 2005 survey of state and federal web sites and e-government services.

Best of the Web 2005 Winner

2005 Best of the Web Ranked 2nd

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2005 Best of the Web contest and Digital Government Achievement Awards. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

Digital States Survey 2004 Winner

2004 Digital States Survey Ranked 7th

The Digital States Survey, conducted by the Center for Digital Government, is a biennial study that examines best practices, policies and progress made by state governments in their use of technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.

Brown University

2004 E-Government Survey Ranked 1st

The State of Tennessee provides more high-quality and easy-to-use online services than any other state in the nation, according to Brown University’s 2004 survey of state and federal web sites and e-government services.

Best of the Web Finalist 2004

2004 Best of the Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government is pleased to announce the winners of its 2004 Best of the Web contest. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

Brown University

2003 Brown University eGovernment Survey Ranked 4th

Tennessee placed fourth in the nation in Brown University's evaluation of state sites. Survey topics included online databases, foreign language, premium fees, disability access, several measures of privacy policy, multiple indicators of security, presence and number of online services, e-mail addresses, comment forms, PDA accessibility, and readability level.

Best of the Web Finalist 2002

2002 Best of the Web Finalist

TN.gov was selected based on the following criteria: A visible privacy statement, actual online services (beyond downloading PDFs), so that citizens can complete transactions online from start to finish, and a written policy/program demonstrating implementation of Web accessibility standards.

Brown University

2002 Brown University eGovernment Survey Ranked 1st

The top state in the Brown University 2002 state eGovernment ranking was Tennessee. This means that every agency Web site was for features important for information availability, citizen access, portal access, and service delivery.

Digital State Survey

2002 Digital State Survey Ranked 4th

The 2002 Digital State Survey ranked Tennessee fourth in the category of technology Management and Administration. Kent Lassman, director of the Digital Policy Network, singled out Tennessee for its showing. "We're very pleased to see Tennessee crack into the top ranks; for the third time in the survey's five years the Volunteer State is among the top 10 in a category."

Best of the Web Finalist 2001

2001 Best of the Web Finalist

The Center for Digital Government and Government Technology magazine are proud to announce the winners of their 2001 Best of the Web competition! TN.gov was judged on the following: Innovation and use of Web-based online technology to deliver government services, efficiency, economy, and functionality.

Brown University

2001 Brown University eGovernment Survey: Most Improved Web Site

A detailed analysis of 1,680 state and federal government Web sites that measured information and services that are online and how e-government sites respond to citizen requests for information.