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ABOUT NIC
NIC builds self-service Internet, mobile, point-of-sale, and secure payment solutions that help businesses and citizens engage more effectively with government. NIC currently manages more than 13,000 customized services and securely processes over 350 million eGovernment transactions worth more than $26 billion each year.

NIC manages official websites and digital government services for more than 5,500 state, local, and federal agencies. Based in Kansas City, NIC is publicly held (NASDAQ: EGOV) and has more than 900 employees working nationwide to help state and local agencies expand their eGovernment services.

WHAT WE DO
Our eGovernment platform and local teams provide customized services to meet the specific needs of state and local agencies, including technical infrastructure, hosting, application development, mobile expansion, web design, payment processing, security, marketing, training, and customer service across 28 states.

DELIVERING DIGITAL SERVICES
With NIC’s eGovernment services, citizens and businesses can take advantage of timesaving digital solutions. Our technology makes renewing a professional license, starting a business, filing annual reports and renewing a vehicle registration via any device as easy as sending a text or checking e-mail. No other provider can match our expansive portfolio of customized digital government services that deliver value to state agencies and citizens.

ALIGNING eGOVERNMENT WITH STATE AND LOCAL PRIORITIES
A well designed eGovernment program should support a state’s highest priorities. Our state and local partners use eGovernment to reduce costs and promote economic development, education, and public safety by making information and transactions available anytime, anywhere from any device.

FLEXIBLE FINANCING
NIC has developed innovative solutions to fund eGovernment services in a variety of economic and political conditions. NIC built the nation’s first transaction-based self-funded solution in 1992, which established a sustainable funding stream by applying modest efficiency fees to a select number of services. This allows government leaders to focus on delivering in-demand eGovernment solutions without requiring the use of tax appropriations.

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