The West Virginia e-Government Services Program is a major initiative of the State Treasurer’s Office that provides an electronic system (i.e. credit card and electronic funds transfer) for goods and services offered by state agencies, colleges, universities, boards, and commissions. Thanks to Treasurer Perdue’s efforts, the e-government program gives the taxpayer (also known as the customer) the flexibility needed to use the payment options that are easiest and most convenient for them. The Treasurer is working with local governments to streamline its business through the e-Gov system as well.
With the e-Gov system, West Virginians may now pay their college tuition online or apply for or renew their hunting and fishing license with just a few clicks. In addition, the e-Gov system permits state agencies to view monthly invoices, enter payment information, and search transactions online.