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The Company is a provider of eGovernment services that helps governments use the Internet to reduce costs and provide a higher level of service to businesses and citizens.
Solid business model that helps struggling state and local governments cut costs while improving service. Now egov=igovOLATHE, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--eGovernment firm NIC (NASDAQ: EGOV - News) continued its track record of building unique services for new technology devices by launching the nation’s first government applications that were developed specifically for the iPad.The citizen-friendly interactive driver license practice tests are designed to help new drivers test their knowledge of the rules of the road and be better prepared for written tests in Kentucky, Nebraska, Tennessee, Utah, and West Virginia. All five iPad apps are now available for free through the iTunes Store.“These are cool solutions for a very cool device,” said Harry Herington, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of NIC. “Tech-savvy teens and young adults are an important emerging market for eGovernment services. Our driver license practice test apps for the iPad are delivering our partners’ government services to citizens via the hottest new device. This is the type of innovation taxpayers should expect from government.”
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