Ohio's digital state ranking
The Center for Digital Government has released the findings of its 2006 Digital States Survey, ranking Ohio as number three. Michigan is ranked as the number one state, with Virginia coming in second. Ohio has made great progress in the 2006 survey as the state has been ranked as 20th overall in the first five years of the digital survey. The survey looks at data for eight categories: Law Enforcement and the Courts, Social Services, Electronic Commerce and Business Regulation, Digital Democracy, Management and Administration, Taxation, Education and GIS and Transportation.