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Four Government Websites Recognized by CIO Web Business

The 1998 Winners of the Second Annual CIO Web Business 50/50 Awards included one federal and three local government websites. Here's what CIO Web Business wrote about each government winner:

Tennessee Valley Authority Land Between the Lakes
Too much work have you tied to your desk? Take a virtual vacation at this visual buffet promoting a national recreation area. In addition to pages of information on where to stay and what to do, the site offers online maps, a virtual visitors'center and interactive quizzes to educate visitors about the region's history and environment.

City of Colorado Springs Online
With its clean, elegant, easy-to-navigate design, this city-run site provides loads of phone numbers, maps and other information for both residents and tourists. One noteworthy feature is local flight information, updated every 60 seconds. City officials say the site has cut clerical time spent responding to information requests.

City of Indianapolis IndyGov
Pay parking tickets online. Report abandoned cars. Be virtual mayor. Access court records. This site reaches out to residents and makes life easier. Why fight City Hall when it's so friendly and accessible?

Florida Government Services Direct
This knowledge gold mine offers an almost unimaginable range of resources for Florida residents and local governments. Users in both networks find information and opportunities faster than ever, allowing them to share resources, eliminate duplication and explore new partnerships.