Government and Non-Profit

 

With over 25 years experience in state and local government procurement, our staff can provide your group or agency exactly what you are looking for. Having built and maintained numerous .gov and .org websites, our crew has the experience and knowledge necessary to build your organizations website.. (Take out one period here) We know your goals need to be SMART: Specific, measureable, Attributable, Realistic and Timely. We can help you meet those goals with a beautifully designed website and strong content.

Ecommerce sites for government and non-profit agencies can be quite challenging.  We help you meet your agency’s requirements with a premiere website that has high traffic volume and adheres to strict payment card security protocols. Our sites are consistently meeting or exceeding all State and Federal PCI requirements.

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Unravel Pediatric Cancer

This project was very dear to us.  When Libby gave us a call to let us...
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The Official California State Parks Store

In 2006 the State of California was looking for a way to sell their California State...
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Pacific Crest Trail Association

The Pacific Crest Trail spans 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington. ...
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Discover Coyote Valley

SAGE, Sustainable Agriculture Education based in Berkly, CA was looking for a quick turnaround on a...
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Gilroy Leadership & Education Foundation

Gilroy Leadership & Education Foundation

When Leadership Gilroy wanted to announce their transformation to The Gilroy Leadership & Education Foundation, we...
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Safe Routes to School – Gilroy

When the Gilroy Unified School District needed an informative website to inform viewers of their Safe...
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Leadership Gilroy Class of 2012

When Leadership Gilroy, Class of 2012, wanted a professional design for their class project, they came...
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