Colorado Politics: Denver OKs $2M Contract To Enhance City Government Website Capabilities

The backend of Denver’s city government website is getting a nearly $2 million upgrade to improve messaging and services for residents. 

The Denver City Council unanimously approved the five-year, $1.9 million contract with OpenCities, Inc., a Microsoft partner whose parent company is based in Australia. 

View full article in Colorado Politics.

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