Technology Innovation Showcase

Ten projects have been selected to receive top honors in the 2020 Technology Innovation Showcase:

  • Twenty-First-Century Technology Tracking Georgia's Eighteenth-Century Treasures: The Governor's Mansion RFID Project - Georgia Building Authority
  • Enterprise Asset Management and Work Order System - City of Augusta
  • Cybersecurity for a Safer City - City of East Point
  • State Driver Services New Card Production Services - Department of Driver Services
  • Automate Tax and Wage Reports via SFTP - Department of Labor
  • Voucher Capture and Retrieval System - Department of Natural Resources
  • Georgia DRIVES (Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System) - Department of Revenue
  • The Mission Personnel Accountability System - Georgia National Guard and Department of Defense
  • OneUSG Connect Payroll Standardization - University System of Georgia
  • Redesigned Event Valuation Process - World Congress Center

The projects, selected by an evaluation committee, will be honored at the Georgia Virtual Digital Government Summit on October 8-9.

The evaluation committee assessed each project according to the significance of the following criteria:

  • Innovation in addressing a specific business problem
  • Improving business processes and operating efficiency
  • Financial savings or cost avoidance
  • Enhancing service delivery to external or internal customers

The showcase serves as a forum for honoring outstanding work at the state and local government levels while promoting the sharing of ideas, experiences, and lessons learned. For the 2020 showcase, projects were nominated in one of the following nine categories:

  • Business process innovations
  • Cross-boundary collaboration and partnerships
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data management, analytics, and visualization
  • Digital government: Government to business
  • Digital government: Government to citizen
  • Emerging and innovative technologies
  • Enterprise IT management initiatives
  • Information communications technology