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October 2013

10/29/2013 — Emergency Management App Helps Maryland Families Prepare for Emergencies

The Maryland Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) recently released MARYLAND Prepares, Maryland’s official emergency management mobile app, to help Maryland families better prepare for emergencies.

September 2013

9/13/2013 — Maryland.gov Wins Best in Class 2013 Interactive Media Award

​Maryland.gov, http://www.maryland.gov, the state’s official website, has received a 2013 Best in Class Interactive Media Award from the Interactive Media Council, Inc. (IMC).

August 2013

8/27/2013 — Over 40 Maryland Drivers Can Now Renew Licenses at Home

The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) now offers the option of submitting eye tests electronically so the state's over-40 drivers no longer need visit the MVA's offices just to renew their licenses. (www.govtech.com)

8/12/2013 — The New Maryland.gov Receives International Award for Excellence in Creativity and Innovation

The newly redesigned official website for the State of Maryland, http://www.maryland.gov was recently honored for its visual creativity and web innovation with a 2013 International Visual Excellence in the Multimedia Arts (VEMA) Award.

May 2013

5/21/2013 — New Online Vision Certification Service Streamlines the Driver’s License Renewal Process in Maryland

The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) recently launched the Online Vision Certification Service to allow authorized vision providers to submit eye exam results electronically to the MVA.

March 2013

3/7/2013 — Inside the new Maryland.gov with CIO Elliot Schlanger

Maryland Department of Information Technology Secretary Elliot Schlanger shared with StateScoop the design and development process behind the effort and what we can expect in the future. (http://statescoop.com/)

3/5/2013 — New Maryland.gov is latest to adopt responsive web strategy

Maryland has launched a redesigned Maryland.gov, complete with responsive features that adapt to the visitor’s device, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet or personal computer. (http://statescoop.com)

3/4/2013 — Citizen Feedback Drives More Efficiencies and a New Look for Maryland’s Official State Website

​Governor Martin O’Malley recently unveiled the State of Maryland’s new and improved official website, www.Maryland.gov, introducing the most user-friendly and engaging portal yet.

3/4/2013 — More Than a Face Lift - New Site for Maryland

A new portal offers Maryland residents responsive design, nearly 200 online services and integrated social media intended to maximize citizen engagement. (http://www.govtech.com)

January 2013

1/24/2013 — ‘Maryland Made Easy’ Streamlines Business Permitting

As a part of Maryland Made Easy, a program started by Gov. Martin O’Malley to streamline business regulations and permit processes, the state launched an online business licensing system that makes it easier to do business. (http://www.govtech.com)