NSHE iNtegrate Project selected as one of the finalists
in this year's Cashman Good Government Award!
February 23, 2011 – The Cashman Good Government Award was established on the Nevada Taxpayers Association’s 75th Anniversary in February 1997 by the Association’s Board of Directors. It recognizes those State and local government employees who make strong and consistent efforts to spend taxpayer dollars wisely and efficiently. Finalists are chosen from: counties and towns, schools, and state government.
On February 8, 2011, Nevada System of Higher Education was informed that the iNtegrate Project had been selected as one of the finalists in the Annual Cashman Good Government Award (in the category of “State").
The winner of the award was chosen at the Biennial Legislative Dinner on February 23, 2011 in Carson City.
Congratulations to Winner!
Washoe County Interactive Budget Planning Model (County over 100,000)
Other finalists (and categories) were:
- City of Sparks Annual Report/Budget/Strategic Plan (City, under 100,000)
- Douglas County School District Rite of Passage energy services performance contract (School District)
- Nevada State Health Division, WIC Debit Card Program (State)
Cashman Good Government Award and the iNtegrate Project's Finalist Trophy.
iNtegrate's Finalist Trophy from the Cashman Award Ceremony.
John Tully - Assistant Director of Information and Application Services and
Christopher Winslow - TMCC Co-Project Lead
Dodie Bryant - Assistant Director of Information & Application Services
Christopher Winslow - TMCC Co-Project Lead and
J. Kyle Dalpe, Ph.D. - Acting Director of Public Information Office