Route Fifty is honored to recognize these 10 outstanding individuals and teams working in or with state and local governments.
We’re getting ready to announce the 10 winners from our group of 50 finalists.
We're rolling out the 50 finalists for the 2017 Route Fifty Navigator Awards. Here are the first 10 ...
We’re getting ready to review submissions in this year’s program to feature 50 individual and team finalists from the world of state and local government. But we’re giving you just a little more time.
Join us in Salt Lake City (or remotely) for our first Navigator Awards discussion with innovators driving transformation at the state and local level.
We’re starting our search for 50 finalists doing great work in state, county and municipal governments. Submit your nominations!
Read stories about how good and important ideas have been implemented in state and local governments around the United States.
Since September, we’ve been rolling out our 50 finalists one by one. Now it's time to name our winners ...
Making its easier to track capital improvement projects—and the funding that’s been budgeted and spent on them.
Laying the foundation and making the case for open data.
Bringing greater transparency to county government finances.
Cutting down waste and serving the most needy citizens.
Leading a state effort to successfully aggregate datasets from all of Indiana’s 92 counties.
Putting city services on the map, literally.
Simplifying and streamlining the process to get a business up and running.
Navigator Award Finalist: Diane Pappas, CEO Strategic Planning and Digital Innovations, L.A. Unified School District
Leading the way to recover from a significant IT systems failure.
Collaborating to obtain the state’s most guarded datasets.
Connecting citizens to their government in new and innovative ways.
We’ve rolled out our remaining finalists in our state and local government awards program.
Navigator Award Finalist: Mike McKee, Materials Engineer, Idaho Transportation Department, District 6
Demonstrating the value of 3-D and 4-D modeling in civil engineering.
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