Entries sought for government technology awards
Washington, D.C.-based Public Technology Inc. (PTI) is accepting entries for it 2001 Solutions Awards, a national competition to showcase examples of technology excellence in the public sector. Entries are due Oct. 19.
Any city, county, town, state or regional government may enter the competition. Awards will be granted to governments that have developed and/or implemented technology solutions that have demonstrated results, such as enhanced revenues, improved service to the community, cost savings and improved effectiveness and management. Special consideration will be given to entries that are transferable to other communities and that demonstrate vision and resourcefulness. Entries will be judged with other jurisdictions of similar size.
Representatives from the National League of Cities, the National Association of Counties, the International City/County Managers Association, state municipal associations, private industry and the local government press will judge the entries. Winners will be announced at the PTI Annual Conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., in April 2002 and will receive discounted PTI membership dues for the next year.
Entries are free for PTI members and $100 for non-members. For more information, visit www.pti.org.