Counties honored for technological innovations
Officials in 13 counties, plus the AAC, received honors at the 2nd Annual Arkansas Digital Government Transformation Award ceremony.
Arkansas Digital Government Transformation Award Winners Announced
Cities and counties recognized for using innovative technology
LITTLE ROCK, AR – September 19, 2018 – The Information Network of Arkansas (INA) is proud to announce the winners of the second annual Arkansas Digital Government Transformation Awards.
The awards this year recognized the achievements of Arkansas government offices at the local level that have used technology to drive innovation and make positive, measurable changes that affect citizens and businesses across the state and beyond.
INA issued a call for award nominations in June to all city and county government offices in the state. More than 30 government offices entered more than 50 nominations, which were evaluated by the INA Board, the Secretary of State, the Department of Information Systems director and State Chief Technology Officer, the state’s Chief Transformation Officer, and Governor Asa Hutchinson. These individuals chose the winners and finalists in each category and presented them at an awards ceremony on Sept. 14 in Little Rock.
More than 150 Arkansas local government leaders and public servants from across the state attended the event to accept honors. Read more.