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Honolulu, HI takes first place in the 2011 Digital Cities Survey

The city and county of Honolulu, Hawaii received a first place rankings in the 2011 Digital Cities Survey, according to the results announced on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The 11th annual survey spotlights the municipalities that best show how information and communication technology are used to enhance public service. The survey is conducted by the Center for Digital Government and Government Technology.

In cities with populations of 250,000 or more, the city and county of Honolulu, Hawaii, took top-billing in the 2011 Digital Cities Survey. One of their most innovative projects that helped them capture first place is Kokua Wireless, a free island-wise municipal Wi-Fi Internet service installed without taxpayer money.

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