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About CivicPlus

CivicPlus develops, designs and manages award-winning community engagement SaaS systems that use advanced technology to connect people with government in new, more efficient ways. Founded in 2001 in Manhattan, KS, CivicPlus serves nearly 1,500 cities and counties throughout North America with cost-effective website solutions for communities of all sizes. – more... The innovative CivicPlus Government Content Management System™ includes more than 60 customizable, integrated eGovernment applications including Citizen Request Tracker™, MuniMobile™, Facebook and economic development tools. Over the past two years, CivicPlus clients have won more than 190 website awards. In 2009, CivicPlus received the Center for Digital Government’s Best Fit Integrator Award for delivering extraordinary digital solutions to public IT projects. – less

CivicPlus Employer Reviews

Senior Content Developer (Current Employee), RemoteMay 9, 2014
Applicant (Former Employee), Manhattan. KSAugust 22, 2013
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee), Manhattan KSNovember 2, 2012
East Coast Business Development Associate (Former Employee), Manhattan, KSAugust 22, 2012

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