Doña Ana County's website among nation't 10 best
Car Browsing Like car-buying websites in the U.S., Autohome provides Chinese consumers with auto prices in China, though Qin, 41, says the company is better described as a combination of Edmunds.com, AutoTrader.com and Kelley Blue Book in the U.S. Chinese car-shopping websites may be attractive for investors seeking to profit from the countrys expanding vehicle sales and the fact that no country has a bigger cyber population, said Xu Hao, an analyst at IResearch in Beijing. China s annual check this out vehicle sales have more than doubled in the past five years to become the worlds largest auto market and deliveries are projected to increase to 30 million a year by 2020, from about 20 million this year, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. The number of Internet users in China rose to 591 million in June, from 564 million in December, according to the China Internet Network Information Center website. High Pedigree Chinas auto industry and Internet industry have been developing in parallel at the same time, Qin, a graduate of Harvard Business School and Chinas Tsinghua University, said in his office in Zhongguancun, the countrys Silicon Valley. It is a historical opportunity that no other countries have for the development of auto websites. It turned out to be our luck. Qin said he might have missed the boom if he hadnt moved back to China after reading Jobss speech while working on an internal project at McKinsey that required him to commute daily between Stamford , Connecticut and New York.
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The county's website is ranked fifth in the nation in its category - up from seventh in 2012. The website ranked eighth in 2011, third in 2010, second in 2009, fourth in 2008, eighth in 2007 and ninth in 2006. The website was overhauled in June of this year in a joint project by the Dona Ana County Information Technology Department and the Dona Ana County Public Information Office. It is updated on a near-daily basis. Dona Ana County was among the top digital counties honored at a national awards ceremony, which coincided with NACo's national conference held earlier this month in Fort Worth, Texas. "Our website is constantly being improved due to teamwork and innovative ideas between the technicians and department heads and users," said Interim Dona Ana County Manager M. Sue Padilla. "I'm proud of the ongoing collaboration between the Information Technology Department and the Public Information Office that led to this prestigious award, and I am confident the website will continue to improve over time to meet this dynamic county's many unique challenges." The Center for Digital Government is a national research and advisory institute on information technology policies and best practices in state and local government.
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