Mitchell Humphrey brings Environmental Licensing, Permitting, and Inspection Applications to the NEHA Annual Educational Conference and Exhibition

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The National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), with 5,000 members across the country and internationally, held their 76th Annual Educational Conference in San Diego, California at the end of June.

Each year, the organization works directly with health professionals to improve the environment of cities, towns, and rural areas. Mitchell Humphrey, for the first time at this conference, exhibited its suite of web-based FastTrackGov® solutions and focused on applications to centralize Public Health processes. “Several officials came to the Mitchell Humphrey booth to learn about FastTrackGov. Everyone was professional and extremely focused on improving the lives of the citizens in their communities. It was nice to see the level of interest they displayed with each vendor,” commented Nancy Brady, Account Executive at Mitchell Humphrey.

As a Microsoft® Silver ISV, Mitchell Humphrey built FastTrackGov on a Microsoft® Dynamics CRM platform. The FastTrackGov suite is designed to better manage the risks of state and local health departments. Constructed to streamline the entry, processing, and retrieval of required data and information, Mitchell Humphrey’s FastTrackGov on-line permitting applications cover a wide range of community development processes. It automates all of the data for daycares, massage parlors, hair salons, public pools, special events, home businesses, resident care facilities, restaurants, outdoor food vendors, and other businesses. “Everything is automatic and effortless with this application. It makes it easy for governmental organizations because there’s no manual process with inspection scheduling, violation notifications, and fee computations. The software really does it all for you. Plus, many of the NEHA attendees were surprised with the efficiency and how their internal team could really benefit on the back end,” stated Brady. >>Read full article

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Mitchell Humphrey Receives 2012 St. Louis Award

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Mitchell Humphrey has been selected for the 2012 St. Louis Award in the Software Solutions category by the St. Louis Award Program.

Each year, the St. Louis Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the St. Louis area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2012 St. Louis Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the St. Louis Award Program and data provided by third parties. >>Read more

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2012 Digital Counties Survey Winners Announced

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FastTrackGov® recently ran across the list of 2012 Digital Counties Survey Winners.

The 2012 Digital Counties Survey award winners were named Monday, July 16, by the Center for Digital Government (CDG), a national research and advisory institute focused on IT policies and best practices in state and local government.

Conducted by CDG and Government Technology — divisions of parent company e.Republic Inc. — in partnership with the National Association of Counties, the survey evaluates entrants on their ability to demonstrate successful outcomes through the strategic use of technology.

Ten winners were named in each of four population-based categories. The winning counties carried out strategies with measurable benefits that aligned with county priorities. Successful programs also showed progress over the previous year, utilized innovative solutions, and revealed a commitment to collaboration within and outside of their organization. >>read more

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Environmental Health in Sustainable Communities – NEHA helps push EH role

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FastTrackGov® recently found an ICMA publication entitled, “Role of Environmental Health in Sustainable Communities”.  This article explains how the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) can offer valuable assistance to local government managers.  >>Read article


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How Digital Is Your State? Use these interactive tools to find out.

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Have you ever wondered where your state ranks on the technology scale?  If so, you’re in luck because FastTrackGov® recently found a set of interactive online comparison tools that measure each of the 50 states’ online offerings.

This data-rich tool allows for quick comparisons between and among states, ideas for enhancing a state’s portal program and the potential funding and governance models for delivering services in the age of e-government.

Whether you are a state CIO, a local government employee, or an interested constituent; these tools are a great resource for you and your government.  For more information, view the Center for Digital Government’s full report or visit the Governing website.

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