Electronic Revenues on Pace to Surpass $300M in West Virginia
The West Virginia Treasurer’s Office is on pace to produce $300 million in electronic revenues for the fiscal year ending in June.
Treasurer John Perdue said this week the projection would be a milestone for the 11-year-old program.
The e-Government system enables residents to conduct electronic business by credit or debit card with the state.
Among the participants are universities, government agencies, the Public Employees Insurance Agency, and boards of licensure.
Customers typically use a participant’s website and payments are cycled through the state treasury’s system.
West Virginia University leads all participants with $79.7 million in revenue generated and 97,000 transactions.
The Municipal Bond Commission has $55.3 million in revenue generated.
The Division of Natural Resources was second to WVU in transactions with nearly 57,000 license purchases from hunters and fishermen.