The Center for Digital Government has released the results of the rigorous 2012 Digital States Survey and Colorado is at the front of the pack! With a B+ rating, Colorado is among the top 16 states receiving high marks for their use of digital technologies to improve service delivery, increase capacity, change cost structures and reach policy goals.
Kristin Russell was named a 2012 Top 10 Breakaway Leader by Global CIO Executive Summit. This prestigious peer nominated and judged award recognizes CIOs from across the globe for their leadership in elevating their people, partners and business. Click here for a list of all award recipients and quotes from their own executives.
The Colorado Eligibility Application Kit (PEAK) was a winner of the Digital Government Achievement Awards (in the Government-to-Citizen state government category). This national award from e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government recognizes and highlights outstanding applications that are enabling government to operate more efficiently.
OIT named a 2012 Computerworld Honors Laureate in two categories: PEAK - the Colorado Program Eligibility and Application Kit (received finalist distinction) in the Collaboration category and Colorado Statewide Interoperability Training Program in the Safety/Security category. More about this prestigious honor can be found in the article titledComputerworld Honors 2012 Winners: Using Technology to benefit society.
The Denver Post lists Kristin Russell as one of 20 up and coming leaders and influential women in Colorado.
Kristin Russell named one of Computerworld's Premier 100 IT Leaders for her bold approach to transforming the status quo and changing the way IT services are delivered in the State of Colorado!