Honolulu Records Collection (HNLDOC) is a multi-faceted web service created for the Office of the City Clerk, City and County of Honolulu. City Council members and staff, Executive Department members, Office of the City Clerk staff, and the general public can access this service to manage the flow of public testimony, executive branch submissions, and legislative documents for the City Council.
Originally launched in 2007, this service was completely redesigned in December 2016 to incorporate new functionality and address common requests from site users.
The Hawaii Electronic Procurement System was built to be cheaper, faster, and easier to issue solicitations, receive responses, and issue notices of award to vendors and procurement professionals.
On the new, user-friendly website, gohunthawaii.ehawaii.gov, hunters are able to manage their hunting profile, view their class history, request and print replacement certifications, and link directly over to other apps to purchase a hunting license, apply for a lottery hunt, or apply for a letter of exemption.
Highlighting Hawaii’s diversity, native culture, and the uniqueness of each island, Hawaii.gov provides a web experience that truly reflects the Aloha State. The site has been the recipient of 17 awards and all work was completed at no cost to the state.
The sex offender search helps promote public safety for all of Hawaii’s citizens.