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County accepts proposal for new website
09/11/2019

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--The Brown County Commission has accepted a proposal from a Manhattan-based firm to develop a new county website.

County IT Director Sandy Director Monday presented Commissioners with proposals from two companies.

On the recommendation of Carter, the Commission accepted a proposal from CivicPlus for $9,850 annually to host and maintain the site.

Carter said CivicPlus currently host websites in twenty-three of the state’s 105 counties, including neighboring Atchison County.

She said the Secretary of State’s Office recommended the county go with a new website provider for security reasons after the county’s website was hacked during the August 6 primary election.

Carter said the county’s current website was brought on-line in 2003 and last updated in 2014.

She said CivicPlus said they could have the new website on-line by the November 5 general election.      

 

 

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