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* Intergraph Government Solutions won a $1.75 million contract from the South Carolina Department of Transportation's Information Technology Division for the implementation of an enterprisewide roadway inventory information management system. The system is designed to enable the SCDOT to better plan for transportation systems operations, maintenance and future expansions; track event data and attributes; and increase the ability to manage information and assets while automating report generation and analysis.

* E-Government solution provider VC3 Inc. has been awarded a contract by the city of Gainesville, Ga. Phase one of the contract will be an information technology assessment. The assessment will be the foundation for developing an e-government solution for the city.

* GovWorks Inc., an e-government portal and solutions provider, and ClickThings Inc., a company that provides e-commerce Web platforms to small- and medium-size businesses, will partner to bring custom-designed Web sites to public-sector organizations. ClickThings will provide govWorks with access to its Site Definer suite of tools for creating individualized, government-branded portals that will contain govWorks proprietary e-government engines.

* Fulton County, Ga., has hired e-government provider GOVT.com to provide an integrated system for online services that will process requests, schedule work orders, communicate with residents and track progress. Installation is set for early summer, with the system to be in operation by fall.

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