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In alignment with the goals of Governor Pete Ricketts, the Nebraska Department of Administrative Services State Budget Division has partnered with Nebraska Interactive to develop an online experience that allows taxpayers and citizens a view into Nebraska state government revenues, appropriations and expenditures.
The Department of Administrative Services State Budget Division works to provide quality fiscal policy analysis for the governor and ensure the most effective and efficient... read more
In preparation for Brain Injury Awareness month in March and the Nebraska Brain Injury Conference in Kearney, the Nebraska Brain Injury Advisory Council (BIAC) has launched a mobile-responsive website providing information accessible with a PC, tablet or phone. The website presents resources and reference information for anyone affected to assist in navigating for the best possible outcome.
The BIAC is sponsored by... read more
Nebraska encourages citizens to register to be an organ donor for National Donor Day
LINCOLN, Neb.– February 13, 2018 – The state of Nebraska provides citizens the ability to renew their driver’s license online and register to be an organ donor in honor of National Donor Day, and every day when they use the Department of Motor Vehicles’, mobile responsive, online driver license renewal application.
From home, work or the... read more
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles’ (DMV) website has once again won an award, this time for the mobile environment. The newly redesigned, mobile-responsive DMV website, just a few months after launching, was presented a Mobile WebAward for government websites by the Web Marketing Association.
The Web Marketing Association (WMA) was founded in 1997 to help set a high standard for internet marketing and development of the... read more
For the first time in history, Nebraska brand inspectors are using a groundbreaking custom mobile application quite literally, out in the field. Housing more than 100,000 records of customers and brands on a tablet, the mobile application is able to record inspections and generate brand papers for Nebraska’s producers from the windswept plains.
In December, Nebraska Interactive, with the Nebraska Brand Committee, trained the remaining 80+ inspectors on the new technology, which... read more