Center for Digital Government moves City of Sacramento up from 9th to 5th place among nationwide recipients of the 2015 ‘Best of Web’ award

The City of Sacramento is being honored by The Center for Digital Government with the ‘Best of Web’ award. In its 20th year, The Center for Digital Government awards governmental websites who exemplify superior technological portals and websites. The City of Sacramento placed 5th in the city portal category, up from 9th  place in 2014.

“We are honored to receive this recognition, said Maria MacGunigal, Chief Information Officer for the City of Sacramento.  “This is an exciting time for the city. We look forward to delivering new services that are easy to use, secure, and accessible by all.”

“These winners are recognized for responsive and mobile-first design, open government, open data, improved transparency and integration with social media,” said Todd Sander, executive director of the Center for Digital Government. “Congratulations to the City of Sacramento for their impressive work to make government more accessible and responsive to citizens.”

The Center for Digital Government is a national institute that advises best practices and information technology policies in local and state governments. For more information on the Center for Digital Government, visit here. Check out the full list of the 2015 ‘Best of Web’ awards here.

In 2014, the City also placed in the Digital Cities award by the same organization.