Printer Friendly

Hawaii Vendor Compliance Site Wins Top Honors from the International Association of Commercial Administrators.

HONOLULU -- The state of Hawaii's vendor compliance Web site, Hawaii Compliance (http://vendors.ehawaii.gov), has won the 2006 Win-Win Award from the International Association of Commercial Administrators (IACA). Hawaii Compliance Express uniquely fit IACA's "Partnering for Peak Performance" annual conference theme because it links four state agencies, one federal agency, and thousands of vendors who do business with Hawaii state and county governments. The award was presented to representatives of the state of Hawaii at the IACA annual conference in Lake Tahoe on May 16.

Hawaii Compliance Express was designed to comply with state legislation that requires any business wishing to contract with the state of Hawaii or its four counties to demonstrate compliance with state laws. The site provides an easy way for businesses to meet the state's compliance requirements online and issues a certificate of good standing that can be used during the procurement process.

Hawaii's vendor compliance system eliminates the need to fill out hard copy forms or wait in line at government agencies. In addition, Hawaii Business Express notifies vendors when they drop out of compliance at any time.

No other state has an online method of complying with state procurement regulations that spans local, state, and federal agencies. Hawaii Compliance Express revolutionizes business-to-government interaction by improving efficiencies for state agencies, businesses, and government buyers.

Hawaii Compliance Express was developed at part of the state's overall campaign to improve efficiency by implementing electronic government services. The state's official Web site (www.eHawaii.gov) currently offers more than 30 online applications that residents, businesses, and visitors may use to conduct business with the state government via the Internet.

Hawaii Compliance Express is a joint effort of the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, Department of Taxation, State Procurement Office, the Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism, and the Internal Revenue Service. Hawaii Compliance Express was developed by Hawaii Information Consortium LLC, which manages the state's Internet portal.

About eHawaiiGov

eHawaiiGov is the state of Hawaii's official Internet portal (www.eHawaii.gov) and provider of electronic government solutions for the state. It is managed by Hawaii Information Consortium LLC, a Honolulu-based subsidiary of eGovernment firm NIC (Nasdaq: EGOV).

About NIC

NIC manages more eGovernment services than any provider in the world. The company helps government communicate more effectively with citizens and businesses by putting essential services online. NIC provides eGovernment solutions for 2,200 state and local agencies that serve more than 60 million people in the United States. Additional information is available at www.nicusa.com.
COPYRIGHT 2006 Business Wire
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2006, Gale Group. All rights reserved. Gale Group is a Thomson Corporation Company.

 Reader Opinion

Title:

Comment:



 

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Business Wire
Date:Jul 11, 2006
Words:427
Previous Article:Rosum Corporation to Demonstrate VoIP 9-1-1 Call Location Technology at E9-1-1 Institute Technology Fair.
Next Article:Sagittarius Brands, Inc., Names David Head President of Captain D's Seafood.
Topics:


Related Articles
Recyclers honored by EPA. (Municipal Recycling).
2002 Buyer's Guide now online.
Despite hurricanes, ARMA members celebrate the profession.
Achieving ambitious goals.
ARMA 2003 expo: the premier event for information management professionals.
AAREP fetes HPD boss.
ARMA 2004 Expo Long Beach: the premier event for records and information management professionals.
In a snap! Fuji offers new photo options.
New York City a no-show at annual TOBY awards.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2014 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters