Looks like Connecticut’s technology infrastructure is movin’ on up.
The Center for Digital Government’s 2014 Digital States Survey, which biennially grades state governments on their use of information technology to serve the public, gave high marks to Connecticut with an A-minus grade. This was a big improvement from the last survey in 2012, when the state merely pulled a C.
The jump netted the Nutmeg State first place recognition as “Most Improved,” as well for “Adaptive Leadership.” Connecticut also earned second-place recognition in the “Health & Human Services” category.
Connecticut shared its A-minus grade with four other states (including Pennsylvania). Only three states earned an A (Michigan, Missouri and Utah).
New York earned a B grade, and Massachusetts a B-minus. Just one state got the lowest grade of C-minus: Alaska.