NASCIO Announces Recipients for 2019 NASCIO State IT Recognition Awards

Published: October 17, 2019

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Ten recipients have been announced for IT Recognition Awards, with projects ranging from Sexual Assault Tracking to IT Service Transformation.

NASCIO has announced the ten recipients of its State IT Recognition Awards. There were originally over 130 submissions from NASCIO member states and territories, narrowed down to finalists in several categories. The awarded projects and their respective categories for 2019 are:

Business Process Innovations

  • State of Michigan: JobNet: Road to the Future

Cross-Boundary Collaboration & Partnerships

  • State of North Carolina: Improving Emergency Response Precision with the State Emergency Response Application


  • State of Ohio: Digital Identity: Providing a Secure Customer Experience

Data Management, Analytics & Visualization

  • State of Illinois: Winning Against Tax Fraud with Data Analytics

Digital Government: Government to Business

  • State of Minnesota: Preparing for Emergencies: Medical PreCheck & Locator App

Digital Government: Government to Citizen

  • State of North Carolina: Women, Infants and Children Benefits in the Mobile Application Age

Emerging & Innovative Technologies

  • State of Washington: Using UAS Technology in Collision and Crime Scene Reconstruction

Enterprise IT Management Initiatives

  • Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania IT and HR Shared Services Transformation

Information Communications Technology (ICT) Innovations?

  • State of California: Identification and Removal of Hazardous Materials During Wildfire Response

State CIO Office Special Recognition

  • State of Washington: Sexual Assault Kit Tracking System

Source: NASCIO