Twin Falls County, Idaho, Driver’s License Office Now Accepting New Forms of Payment

  Twin Falls County, Idaho, Driver’s License Office Now Accepting New Forms of
  Payment

                 Credit and debit card payments now available

Business Wire

TWIN FALLS, Idaho -- November 08, 2012

Residents of Twin Falls County, Idaho, can now pay driver’s license related
fees using credit and debit cards at the county sheriff’s office, Twin Falls
County Driver’s License Division supervisor, Jenny Anton announced.

“We’ve had more and more requests from people wanting to pay with their bank
cards because they’re not carrying a checkbook or enough cash,” Anton said.
“Now they don’t have to go through the inconvenience of leaving and coming
back.”

The county now accepts any credit or debit card displaying a Visa, MasterCard,
Discover, or American Express logo.

Twin Falls County partnered with Idaho.gov to provide the payment processing
service. The Sheriff’s office is the 97^th county department in the state to
use Access Idaho’s PayPort payment service. In addition to the PayPort
service, Access Idaho manages the state’s official Web portal
(http://www.idaho.gov) and specializes in electronic government applications.
The partnership operates under a self-funded model, and no tax dollars or
county funds were used to develop and maintain the payment service.

About Idaho.gov

Idaho.gov is the state of Idaho’s official Web portal (Idaho.gov) and entry
point to hundreds of electronic government solutions for the state. The
network manager for the portal is Idaho Information Consortium, a subsidiary
of eGovernment firm NIC (Nasdaq: EGOV).

About NIC

NIC  (Nasdaq: EGOV)  is the nation's leading provider of official state
government portals, online services, and secure payment processing solutions.
The company's innovative eGovernment services help reduce costs and increase
efficiencies for government agencies, citizens, and businesses across the
country. NIC provides eGovernment solutions for more than 3,500 federal,
state, and local agencies in the United States. Additional information is
available at http://www.egov.com.

Contact:

Access Idaho
Rich Steckler, 208-332-0102 x112
rich@accessidaho.org
 
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