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2014 IT Awards
Last Updated: 11/23/2015
The City of Roseville is pleased to announce receipt of two awards from Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC). These awards are yet another reflection of all the hard work and dedication from your peers.
Graphical Information Award
City of Roseville’s Parks, Recreation and Library Department and Information Technology Department were awarded the IT Quality Graphic Information Award for the Roseville Historical Walking Tour. The Graphical Information Award is intended to recognize excellence in creating and displaying graphical information. Congratulations to both departments for this achievement.
Excellence in IT Practices Award
In addition, the IT Department has been graciously awarded the achievement award for Excellence in IT Practices. This award is intended to foster and recognize outstanding governance and operation practices. The submission and evaluation process required the submission of a very detailed questionnaire that examined the practices across ten different subject areas. The submission required not only a direct response to the question but also any supporting material that was appropriate to the questions/topics. The submission was evaluated and feedback given by a panel of three IT Directors. Thank you to all of those who helped put this document together, and an even bigger thank you to our team for all of the outstanding work that you do day-in and day-out. We were given this award as a result of your performance, innovation, and commitment to better our City.
Congratulations to both departments for all of their hard work.
The City of Roseville has been awarded 2nd place in the 2014 Digital Cities Survey published by the Center for Digital Government (CDG) as one of the most technology-progressive, innovative and smarter cities for its size in the United States. This award program consistently demonstrates and recognizes the public entities, such as the City of Roseville, for effectively incorporating innovative technologies and leadership practices in the 21st century. This outstanding achievement was exceptionally challenging this year as we moved into a larger population category (Metropolitan) where Cities are much more progressive and competitive.
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