Best Fit Integrator Awards

Best Fit Integrator Awards 2008

Information technology integrators from the private sector were recognized for their expertise and outstanding solutions at the Center for Digital Government's 2008 Integrator Awards ceremony in Colorado Springs, Colo.

by Janet Grenslitt / August 2, 2008 0

Information technology integrators from the private sector were recognized for their expertise and outstanding solutions at the Center for Digital Government's 2008 Integrator Awards ceremony in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Public sector groups throughout the U.S. nominated partnering companies whose creative IT solutions provided exceptional cost savings, streamlined service and easier public access.

Executive Vice President of the Center, Cathilea Robinett, said, "IT partnerships between state and local government and the private sector are vital for advancements in digital government. As such, we are thrilled to acknowledge these companies for the stellar work they've done to improve technology in order for government to better serve its citizens."

Congratulations to the Best Fit Integrators 2008 Winners

BearingPoint
Partner: Texas Department of Information Resources
Project: TexasOnline

Electronic Data Systems
Partner: California Welfare Client Data System Consortium
Project: CalWIN (CalWorks Information Network)

CA Inc.
Partner: Colorado Department of Human Services
Project: Colorado Cost Control and Efficiency Project

CGI Technologies and Solutions Inc.
Partner: Wake County, North Carolina, Information Services
Project: eWake Project

Electronic Data Systems
Partner: Colorado Department of Human Services
Project: Cognos - Reporting Conversion and Decision Support System

Maser Consulting, Pennsylvania
Partner: Middletown Township, New Jersey
Project: Middletown Township Public Web site and GIS

Honorable Mentions:

Integrated Information Systems Inc. (INTRESYS)
Partner: Contra Costa County, California, Department of Child Support Services
Project: TurboCourt

Voice4Net
Partner: Harris County, Texas
Project: Integrated Voice Response "Connects"