The Information Network of Arkansas (INA) builds official websites, online services, and secure payment processing solutions for more than 350 state and local government agencies. See what we have to offer you.
Secure payments for county & local services - Our merchant services exceed industry standards for security protocol and fraud protection.
Custom eGovernment Applications - INA is your proven resource for application development, including end-to-end solutions.
Website management made easy - With a content management system (CMS), website control is in your hands.
Get your message out - What good are online services if no one knows about them? From print media to social media, INA will help you spread the word.
That's the number of online services developed by INA at no cost to state and local governments in Arkansas.Read More
Read the act that created the INA Board and outlines the purpose and goals of the organization.
The Information Network of Arkansas Board consists of 12 voting members, appointed by the Governor, and representing state agencies as well as user associations. Each member serves a three year term. Member Information
Key online services available for Arkansas businesses and professionalsView Services
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INA uses the latest security technologies along with industry standard processes and third party audits to provide the highest level of security for Arkansans.
INA is committed to using the latest technologies to ensure that all of the services we develop are designed for both mobile and traditional desktop users.
Why are mobile services important to Arkansans?Learn More
YOUniversal combines Arkansas' 21 different financial aid programs into a single, easy to use application. Thanks to the new mobile interface, a student can search and apply for financial aid in just a few minutes using any mobile device.
The addition of the applicant tracking module transformed the application into a paperless hiring process, saving the state an estimated $500,000 per year in paper reduction and postage.
Arkansas businesses can hire employees quickly and safely, thanks to the online criminal background check system. With over 1 million background checks processed, this system integrates information from the FBI, ACIC and the Arkansas State Police.
In 2012 over 28 percent of hunters checked their game using the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission mobile Game Check. The application provides information and services for hunters, anglers, and outdoor enthusiasts enjoying the Natural State.