The Arkansas Digital Government Transformation Awards Nomination Period Has Ended


Aug 22, 2018

By Lisa Carrell

Local Government Offices Across the State Responded Enthusiastically to ADGTA Call for Nominations

We asked our partners across the state to tell us about local government offices that are using technology to transform government and the public servants who are behind these projects. And the response was incredible! There were 27 nominations from 16 cities, 24 nominations from 20 county offices, and 1 from a combination of counties across the state. Judges from the Information Network of Arkansas (INA) board, Office of Transformation, Transformation Board, Department of Information Services, Office of the Secretary of State, and the Governor’s Office are reviewing the entries and the finalists will be contacted later this month. Nominees include:

COUNTY NOMINEES
Baxter and Boone County Collectors
Baxter County Collector
Baxter County Sheriff's Office
Benton County
Benton County Circuit Clerk
Benton County Judge
Boone County Collector's Office
Columbia County Treasurer
Craighead County Clerk
Faulkner County Circuit Clerk
Faulkner County Circuit Clerk's Office
Faulkner County Clerk
Greene County Judge
Hempstead County Assessor
Madison County Assessor
Miller County Tax Collector
Saline County Circuit Clerk
Saline County Clerk 
Saline County Collector
Washington County Assessor
Statewide Collaboration between Sheriffs, State Prison, Probation & Parole Systems, and the Association of Arkansas Counties

CITY NOMINEES
Bryant
Centerton
Clarksville
Conway
Fayetteville
Haskell
Hope
Jacksonville
Jonesboro
Little Rock
Paragould
Rogers
Siloam Springs
Springdale
West Memphis
Wilson

On September 14, we will gather to recognize and celebrate the digital achievements of local government offices at the 2nd Annual Arkansas Digital Government Transformation Award ceremony. Finalists and winners will be announced at the luncheon being held at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Little Rock. All nominees will be given a customized poster to take back to their offices that lists the highlights of their nomination. 

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LisaCarrell

Written By Lisa Carrell

Lisa is a native Texan and recent Arkansas transplant drawn here by her deep love and appreciation of the outdoors. She enjoys giving back to the community through volunteering and doing her part to keep our planet green.

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