FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUDITOR’S OFFICE RELEASES NEW WEBSITE SERVICE
Geauga Connected is a New Resource for Political Subdivisions
CHARDON, OHIO, October 26, 2020 – Geauga County Auditor Charles E. Walder announced a new initiative provided by Geauga County’s Automatic Data Processing (“ADP”) Center, called Geauga Connected. By law, Auditor Walder is the Administrator of Geauga County’s ADP Center, which handles the County’s IT services.
“Geauga Connected is a new service that makes affordable, manageable, and feature-packed websites available to eligible political subdivisions and other public entities in Geauga County,” said Auditor Walder. “With Geauga Connected, subdivisions will have the opportunity to create tailored, modern websites with the goal of helping residents stay connected and informed.”
Geauga Connected is administered by ADP, and political subdivisions may enter into an agreement with ADP to obtain services under ADP’s standard price list. From there, Company 119, a local Geauga County website developer, will guide the rest of the process of building the subdivision a new website. Important website assets, such as Advanced Search, Calendar of Events, Business/Organization Directory, Employee Portal, and Surveys will be possible through Geauga Connected. Geauga County political subdivisions may request this service by filling out the form on www.geaugaconnected.com or by calling ADP at (440) 279-1345.
“Transparency and accessibility are keys to accountable government,” said Auditor Walder. “With Geauga Connected, ADP is here to help connect local governments with their residents at an affordable price.”
For more information, please contact Kate Jacob by email at [email protected] or phone (440) 279-1629.