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April 5, 2005

NIC awarded eGovernment contract from South Carolina authority

The state of South Carolina has chosen Olathe, Kansas-based NIC to build and manage its enterprise eGovernment web portal for up to five years.

By CBR Staff Writer

South Carolina has signed a one-year agreement for eGovernment services from the South Carolina Interactive (SCI) arm of NIC that has renewal options through 2010.

SIC will provide an infrastructure and over a dozen staff to develop, maintain and host the eGovernment portal. South Carolina will retain ownership of the content, data and statutory fees.

The company also said it will redesign the state’s official web portal with customization and personalization features, and will move 30 existing services with online payment functionality to NIC’s payment engine.

The state issued its bid for eGovernment services in November 2003 and awarded the contract to NIC over rivals BearingPoint, IBM and Official Payments.

The first new service is expected to launch this summer and SCI is currently working to identify and prioritize new applications to be introduced during the first year of the agreement.

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