Awards

2020 GMIS International Award Winners


GMIS G2 Business (G2B) Award

Macon-Bibb County –
SmartGrid Download Portal


GMIS Best Practices Award

Henry County –
Computer and Communications Systems Usage: Policies and Procedures

GMIS G2 Citizen (G2C) Award

Columbia County –
3D City Model

2020 GA-GMIS Award Recipients

Outstanding Professional Award (OPA)

Tameka Allen (Augusta)

Best Practices Award (BPA)

Henry County –
Computer and Communications Systems Usage: Policies and Procedures

Government to Government (G2G)

City of Tifton –
Document Restructuring

Government to Citizens (G2C)

Columbia County –
3D City Model

2020 Georgia GMIS Awards Program

 

AWARD CATEGORIES

 
Best Practices

This competitive award recognizes the GMIS member agency whose exceptional IT project and/or IT policy is repeatable by other GMIS members so that the level of excellence can be elevated for all.

Outstanding Professional

This award is to recognize someone from your staff whose contributions and performance resulted in an exceptional level of operational excellence. There is someone you know who really deserves this award and this is your opportunity to show them that you care about their contributions.

Georgia GMIS Spirit of GMIS

The Georgia GMIS Spirit of GMIS Award is to recognize a GMIS member who supports the growth and development of GMIS and/or recruits new members, thus helping to make GMIS a great organization. 

Government to Citizens – G2C

Government in fulfilling its mission is expected to collaborate with and serve other entities. This competitive award recognizes the GMIS member agency whose IT project exhibits the best example of G2C (citizens) of the year.

Government to Business – G2B

Government in fulfilling its mission is expected to collaborate with and serve other entities. This competitive award recognizes the GMIS member agency whose IT project exhibits the best example of G2B (business) of the year.

Government to Government – G2G

Government in fulfilling its mission is expected to collaborate with and serve other entities. This competitive award recognizes the GMIS member agency whose IT project exhibits the best example of G2G (government) of the year.


AWARD NOMINATIONS

Awards will be presented to Government Technology Professionals and Agencies achieving technology excellence in the above categories.  We invite you to submit your nomination of a deserving Government Technology Professional or Agency in one, or more, of the categories above.

The nominee must be a current member of Georgia GMIS. Nominators may submit multiple entries and each entry must be submitted separately.  For consideration, the entry(s) must be received, at email address awards@gagmis.org, no later than 4pm on April 3, 2020. Each award winner or their representative must attend the SPRING 2020 GEORGIA GMIS CONFERENCE to receive their award.


SELECTION PROCESS

A panel from CARL VINSON INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT (CVIOG) will judge the entries and select the award winners.


WINNER RECOGNITION

Award winners will be recognized at the SPRING 2020 GEORGIA GMIS CONFERENCE.  Winners will receive one complimentary conference registration and are expected to attend the conference to accept their Award. Winners will be featured on the Georgia GMIS web site and the Board of Directors will submit nominations to GMIS International for their corresponding award.

SPRING 2020 GEORGIA GMIS CONFERENCE
May 3-7, 2019
Graduate Athens
295 Dougherty Street
Athens, GA 30601

GMIS INTERNATIONAL ANNUAL CONFERENCE
August 23-26, 2020
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


AWARD APPLICATION PROSSESSES

 
 
Best Practices Award (GAGMIS BPA)

Write a Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS BPA Selection Committee that includes the following:

  1. Brief summary of the purpose of the project/policy (max 300 words)
  2. Detailed description of project/policy (total pages not to exceed 10)
  3. Relevant timelines
  4. Summary of the effort involved
  5. Relevant costs, savings, revenues
  6. Tangible results and benefits
  7. Why this project is unique and/or innovative
  8. Include optional graphs, photos and/or metrics

Email the Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS BPA Selection Committee at awards@gagmis.org no later than 4pm on April 3, 2020.

 
 
Outstanding Professional Award (GAGMIS OPA)

Write a Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS OPA Selection Committee that includes a brief paragraph on each of the following items:

  1. Statement of why applicant deserves the GAGMIS OPA
  2. Major project(s) and accomplishments
  3. Other work-related activities
  4. Education and experience
  5. Work related honors, awards, and recognitions
  6. Outside community activities
  7. Outside honors, awards, and recognitions

Email the Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS OPA Selection Committee at awards@gagmis.org no later than 4pm on April 3, 2020.

 
 
Georgia GMIS Spirit of GMIS Award (GAGMIS SOGA)

Write a Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS SOGA Selection Committee that includes a brief paragraph on each of the following items:

  1. Statement of why applicant deserves the GAGMIS SOGA
  2. Work related to supporting the growth and development of GMIS.
  3. Activities that help make GMIS a great organization.

Email the Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS SOGA Selection Committee at awards@gagmis.org no later than 4pm on April 3, 2020.

 

Government to Citizens Award – (GAGMIS G2CA)
Government to Business Award – (GAGMIS G2BA)
Government to Government Award – (GAGMIS G2GA)

For each award category, write a Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS G2 Selection Committee that includes the following:

  1. Brief summary of purpose of the project (max 300 words)
  2. Identification of the other entity or entities involved as stakeholders, customers or collaborators
  3. Detailed description of project (total pages not to exceed 10)
    1. Timeline of project with approximate start and end dates
    2. Summary of the effort involved
    3. Relevant costs, savings, revenues
    4. Tangible results and benefits
    5. Why this project is unique and/or innovative
    6. Include optional graphs, photos and/or metrics

Email the Letter of Nomination to the GAGMIS G2 Selection Committee at awards@gagmis.org no later than 4pm on April 3, 2020.