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Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards 2014
Glassdoor has announced its sixth annual Employees’ Choice Awards, honoring the 50 Best Places to Work, and new for 2014, the 50 Best Medium-Sized Companies to Work For. Winners were determined by the people who know these companies best—their employees.
2014 Montana Governor’s Award Recipient: Unemployment Insurance Project Team
The STAARS Project Team, (Status, Tax Accounting, Audit, and Rating System) successfully implemented a new UI Tax system (on-time and within budget) on February 24th, 2014, after only 12 months of development and configuration. This system includes on-line employer services, imaging and workflow. Thanks to hard work, dedication, and long hours by this team, to date the system has successfully processed more than 45,000 quarterly reports, $56.4 million in payments, and over 1500 new employer registrations.
Montana Department of Labor Launches New UI System Replacement
The Montana Department of Labor and Industry successfully launched the new Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax computer system and UI eServices for Employers in March 2014, on time and within budget. It replaced the older mainframe UI tax system as well as the former internet services for registering, reporting and paying.
DC News: Fast Enterprises Awarded Contract for DC’s Tax Tech
The D.C. Council will get the final say on a $37.4 million contract that the Office of the Chief Financial Officer wants to award to improve how it handles taxes. The recipient for the fiveyear contract would be Greenwood, Colo. based Fast Enterprises, which the city would turn to in hopes of making its tax technology more efficient and secure.
D.C. moves to replace its outdated tax processing, payment system
The District is finally moving to replace its maligned, outdated tax processing system.
In the Fast Lane: The State of Arkansas Partners with Fast Enterprises to Bring Its Computer System
As part of its partnership with Fast Enterprises, LLC, the State of Arkansas has introduced a new computer system to handle its driver and vehicle services records. This solution grew out of Fast Enterprises’ implementation of the Arkansas Integrated Revenue System (AIRS), which in 2004 replaced Arkansas’ previous expensive and out-of-date tax computer system for the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration (DFA).