In response to the 2021 Digital Counties Survey, last week, King County was named the “#1 Digital County” for harnessing public expertise within the nation.
The Middle for Digital Authorities (CDG) and Nationwide Affiliation of Counties (NACO) survey ranked King County first in the largest category – a population of 1 million or more. A separate Washington state county was admitted, Snohomish County, ranked third within the second highest class – residents 500,000 to 999,999.
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The Joint Declaration recognized that CDG and NACO annually consider public IT departments across the country for their effectiveness. The declaration went into the extra element saying:
Survey conducted by CDG in partnership with NACO, U.S. Identifies the right specialization practices among counties, as well as initiatives that streamline the supply of presidency companies; encourage open knowledge, collaboration and sharing companies; improve cyber security; and contribute to disaster response and restoration efforts.
Digital Counties surveyed the use of well-known King County health knowledge and algorithms to provide higher support for these accessing assistance programs.
According to a post by King County, King County Info Know-How (KCIT) and IT leaders were highlighted for their digital response to the pandemic.