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Michigan Digital Government Summit Presents Excellence in Technology Awards



October 19, 2009 By

Debra Dansby (pictured) receiving one of two leadership awards from state CIO Ken Theis.

The Michigan Digital Government Summit honored the following organizations and individuals at an event last week in Lansing:

Leadership Awards: Dan Rainey, City of Ann Arbor; and Debra Dansby, Michigan Economic Development Corp.

Project Management Awards: Electronic Document Management System, Genesee County; and BRIDGES Integrated Service Delivery System.

Visionary Awards: Deborah Obrecht, Bruce Township; and Eric Swanson, Center for Shared Solutions and Technology Partnerships

Best Applications Serving a Public Organization: Cost Reduction/Investment Blog, Oakland County; and Sex Offender Registration Scan System

Best Applications Serving the Public: Video Center, Oakland County; and Certificate of Need e-Serv System

Best IT Collaboration: Data Center Consolidation, Washtenaw County; Data Center Consolidation, City of Ann Arbor; and State of Michigan Student Recruitment Program

Most Innovative Use of Technology: Petitions Under Review, City of Ann Arbor


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