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MyTN app wins government experience award

The state of Tennessee’s MyTN app has won a Government Experience Award from the Center for Digital Government.

“Tennessee’s central technology division continues to win recognition for its advancement of services to citizens,” Finance Commissioner Jim Bryson said in a release. “The division is working hard to stay a step ahead in bringing the latest technology solutions to the state in today’s fast-paced technology environment.”

Here’s the release from the state Finance Department:

NASHVILLE – Tennessee’s mobile app connecting citizens to state services is named in the Center for Digital Government’s annual awards. MyTN provides a single point of access to a growing list of government services whenever and wherever users need it and offers notification and alert systems to keep users up to date. MyTN is a product of the Department of Finance and Administration’s Strategic Technology Solutions (STS) and the Customer Focused Government division.

“Tennessee’s central technology division continues to win recognition for its advancement of services to citizens. The division is working hard to stay a step ahead in bringing the latest technology solutions to the state in today’s fast-paced technology environment,” Commissioner Jim Bryson said. “It’s great to work with people committed to excellence in all they do for Tennessee.”

The MyTN project is one of 13 from across the nation receiving the center’s Government Experience Awards for projects having a single area of focus. The awards recognize the achievements and best practices of states, cities and counties that are radically improving the experience of government services.

Download MyTN in the Apple App store or in Google Play. Users can create an account in MyTN to access more features, such as bookmarking your favorite services, personalized alerts regarding your account and access to additional services.

The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute focused on technology policy and best practices in state and local government. CDG is a division of e.Republic, the nation’s only media and research company focused exclusively on state and local government and education. STS serves as the central information technology service bureau to state departments and commissions, providing planning, resources, execution and coordination in managing information systems needs.