State of Idaho (population 1,550,000) Between 2004-2005, Idaho was the third-fastest growing state in America, behind Arizona and Nevada. Since 2005, Idaho has emerged as the sixth fastest growing state in the U. S. overall. Idaho has a vast and varied geography that exceeds the size of all the New England states combined, and includes the spectacular Rocky Mountains along with scenic rivers, lakes and valleys. Mostly known for potatoes, Idaho’s science, technology and hi-tech manufacturing are the leading industries in the State, centering in Boise, the state capital. The State’s Division of Building Safety purchased ProjectDox in 2008, as part of a state-wide building services program that is targeted at providing online plan submission and review to rural communities. Recently, the State passed legislation that provides financial incentives to the State’s school districts for energy efficient construction; ProjectDox is being use to expedite design decisions and energy code compliance to streamline the program.