Roseville wins national award for technology efforts

Updated November 24, 2020
The Center for Digital Government has awarded Roseville 8th place among mid-size cities for the city's efforts to improve our digital experience for residents and businesses. Through these efforts, interacting online with the City is more cyber-secure, digital-friendly, business-efficient and technology-resilient.

The Center for Digital Government's 2020 Digital Cities Survey highlighted communities using technology to improve & strengthen citizen services, social issues, cybersecurity and customer experience despite challenges triggered by the pandemic. 

All U.S. cities are invited to take part in the annual Digital Cities Survey. In addition to revealing the top technology innovation cities, this year’s survey results identified top trends in digital technologies. The top technologies and initiatives identified as likely to have an increased focus in the next year included cybersecurity, budget and cost control, citizen engagement, disaster response and continuity of operations, and process automation.

More than 85% of cities in the survey listed telecommuting and work-from-home policies as their most pressing policy need this year. About the same percentage of respondents also said they were implementing strong cross-department technology collaboration solutions.

The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute focused on technology policies and best practices in state and local government.  

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