Technology Achievement Award

The FLGISA Technology Achievement Award program is an award presented by the FLGISA President, with the advice and consent of the Board of Directors at the annual meeting during the last year of the President's tenure in office. The purpose of this award is to recognize both leadership (technical and/or organizational) and innovation in a community within the FLGISA membership. The FLGISA Technology Achievement Award is awarded every two years. To view the award winners, please click on the links below. Previous years award winners are listed below as well.

2016 winners, july 27, 2016, boca raton resort

Bradford-County
Boca-Raton

Population 20,001-50,000
Christopher Thurow, Bradford County
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public

Population 50,001-100,000
Kenneth Dames, City of Boca Raton
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Internal Operation of the Jurisdiction
(Sandra Stevens accepted award)

Lakeland
Palm-Beach-County

Population 100,001-200,000
City of Lakeland
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public

Population 200,000+
Palm Beach County
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public

2014 winners, july 23, 2014, boca raton resort

Kathi-Pletzke

Population 0-20,000
Kathi Pletzke, Town of Longboat Key
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public

Hiep-Nguyen

Population 20,001-50,000
Hiep Nguyen, Technology Services and Winter Haven Public Library, City of Winter Haven
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public

Paul-Jones

Population 50,001-100,000
Paul Jones, City of Pensacola
Award: Innovative Leadership in Management of IT

Kevin-Kryzda
PBC

Population 200,001+
Sherry Howard and Kelly Ratchinsky, Palm Beach County
Award: Innovative Use of Technology to Service the Public
Steve Bordelon accepted the award