From the Lander Journal, September 27th, 2009 (by staff writer Martin Reed):
Lander-based Wyolution LLC in August landed a contract to redesign and maintain Fremont County government’s Web site.
Commissioners approved the contract not to exceed $10,000 after receiving a recommendation from a county committee.
The group included information system support manager Joni Miller and her counterpart at the sheriff’s office, Jesse Lyles.
The committee had interviewed five companies concerning the county’s proposed Web site rebuild and provided unanimous support for Wyolution (our emphasis), according to a memo given to commissioners in August.
In a letter to the county, Wyolution partners Mark Thoney and Jared Kail stated they will work on Web design, imlementation, maintenance, training and support.
“Wyolution has been committed to the needs of Wyoming businesses and organizations since 2005, and we continue to grow a strong and vibrant customer base that includes municipal, county, and quasi-governmental organizations,” according to their letter.
Their proposal for the county’s Web site includes individual pages for each county department all linked by a single home page.
“Each department will be able to asign its own content editors that are responsible for keeping the department’s information fresh and up-to-date,” according to their proposal.
Commissioners supported the creation of a strong Web site for the county. “I think it’s a good way of promoting what county government is,” chairman Doug Thompson said.
The count’s current Web site is located at www.fremontcountywy.org.