The Kewaunee County Executive Committee on Wednesday (March 11) will consider a recommendation for an overhaul of the county website.

Konect of Green Bay was the low bidder among a half-dozen firms that submitted proposals for the development, design and hosting of a new website. The existing website is considered dated, and issues arrive when county officials try to post very large files.

County Administrator Scott Feldt, Public Information Officer Jennifer Gonzales, and Information Technology Director Ross Loining reviewed the proposals. According to a memo prepared for this week’s meeting, the three agreed the top three proposals were submitted by Konect, Civic Plus of Manhattan, Kansas, and Revise of Troy, Michigan, with Konect the unanimous choice as the top proposal.

The committee has four options: approve the recommendation to select Konect; choose one of the other proposals; ask for more information from one or more of the other firms; or reject all of the options and reissue a request for proposals.

The committee meets at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the County Administration Center, 810 Lincoln St., Kewaunee.