NIC

  www.nicusa.com
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Headquarters Olathe, KS
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (EGOV)
Industry Accounting & Legal
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Accenture, MAXIMUS

So people can do business with government agencies, NIC helps government agencies plug in to the Internet. The company is a leading provider of outsourced Web portal services for state and local governments. It designs, implements, and operates websites under contracts with more than 3,000 government agencies in about 20 states. NIC generates much of its revenue from transaction fees for such services as online license renewals and for providing data on motor vehicle titles and business licenses to insurance companies, lenders, and other authorized organizations. Insurance... More

Working at NIC

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Employees are “Satisfied”   40 ratings

3.6

88% Approve of the CEO   26 ratings

NIC President, CEO, and Director Harry H. Herington

Harry H. Herington

President, CEO, and Director

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  Former Web Applications Developer in Jackson, MS

Pros: Friendly environment. Lot of potential to learn new techniques and improve your expertise level in one's field. Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Olathe, KS May 2013 – Reviewed Mar 12, 2014

Interview Details – I was given a phone interview, then an in-person interview. The former was technical questions to get a handle of my understanding of the product. The latter was more for a personality fit. The team appeared very well-versed with the structure of the company and the complexity of the systems I…Full Interview

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Some of the questions were very in-depth with the technology I was to be working with. The level of expertise required was unexpected. Answer Question

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America's 200 Best Small Companies, Forbes, 2009

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