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Westminster receives national technology honor

(Nov 26, 2013)

For a record 11th time, the City of Westminster is once again one of the most digitally savvy cities in the nation, according to the 2013 Digital Cities Survey, an annual study conducted by the Center for Digital Government.

Westminster ranked fourth in the population category of 75,000 to 125,000.

This is the 11th year Westminster has received a top 10 ranking. Westminster was the highest ranked city in Colorado in this population category.

The Center for Digital Government evaluated Westminster and other participating cities from across the nation in the areas of strategic planning, hardware and software technologies, citizen engagement, green initiatives, city services offered through web sites, use of mobile technology and policies, technology use in public safety, geographic information system capabilities, and voice and data networks.

The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government.

Learn more about Digital Cities.


Information Technology Director David Puntenney (center) and City Councillor Bob Briggs receive the Digital Cities Award from a staff member at The Center for Digital Government.  


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