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NASS IDEAS Award

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About the Award


Established in 2011, the NASS IDEAS (Innovation, Dedication, Excellence & Achievement in Service) Award recognizes significant state contributions to the mission of NASS, as well as honors the outstanding programs and achievements of NASS member offices. Nominations are encouraged in all areas of state government programming that is overseen or administered by Secretary of State or Lieutenant Governor offices throughout the U.S.


National Finalists: 2016 NASS IDEAS Award

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Office of the Colorado Secretary of State – Business Intelligence Center/Go Code Colorado

Photo, at left:  NASS President Elaine Marshall presents the 2015 NASS IDEAS Award to Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams. 






IDEAS Award Recipients

2015: Office of the Colorado Secretary of State, Business Intelligence Center/Go Code Colorado

2014:
Office of the Colorado Secretary of State, Colorado eLearning Program


2013:
Office of the Louisiana Secretary of State, GeauxVote Mobile Program


2012:
Office of the Nebraska Secretary of State, Online Rules Tracking Application


Nomination & Selection Information

The NASS Awards Committee reviews and evaluates all eligible submissions for the award. The committee may select up to four finalists, with the final award recipient chosen by a vote of the full NASS membership. Presentation of the award takes place at the annual NASS summer conference.

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