Kansas.gov employs the latest Internet technologies to connect businesses, citizens, and government.
Kansas.gov has a team of dedicated and talented Web application developers and designers experienced in eGovernment. The Kansas.gov team, with a combined tenure of just over 85 years in building eGovernment services, will work with you to create an online application that specifically meets your needs.
A few solutions include:
- License Renewals
Allow users to apply for and renew a professional license issued by the state of Kansas.
- Secure Payment Processing
Allow users to pay for services online using credit card or e-check (ACH).
- Data Searches
Allow users to search government records online.
Allow users to securely file annual reports, taxes and much more online.
cms/web site development
KanSite, the Kansas.gov Content Management System (CMS) utilizes a common agency template, which was created to provide a cohesive look-and-feel throughout the portal, as well as common navigation items for all Kansas government agencies. Because KanSite is designed to support the needs of all users, technical expertise is not needed from the agency to build and manage a Web site.
e-commerce & secure payment processing
Kansas.gov can help state and local government agencies manage secure eCommerce transactions with the following tools:
KanPay is a centralized payment processing system and is integrated with the state Treasurer's Office. KanPay stores order information, initiates financial transactions, tracks funds, disburses funds and provides the latest security measures to protect private information.
KanForm offers the ability for any partner to build simple forms to collect data (such as conference registrations) and will accept both credit card and e-check payments.
KanPay Counter, the Point-of-Sale Solution, is specifically designed for state and municipal governments and allows organizations to process both credit card and electronic check payments at the counter.
web site hosting
Kansas.gov has invested in an infrastructure that provides maximum "up-time" for our services and we can host a Web site for an agency if necessary. Kansas.gov can interface with most back-end systems (including the state mainframe) to serve data for online services.