KLISS wins 2012 NASCIO State IT Recognition Award

KLISS project wins the Open Government category

Propylon are delighted to announce that the LWB implementation project, KLISS, has won the Open Government category in the Peer reviewed NASCIO (National Association of State Chief Information Officers) 2012 State IT Recognition Awards. NASCIO represents state chief information officers and information technology executives from the states, territories, and the District of Columbia. The awards recognize “Successful information technology initiatives in state government that deserve to be highlighted and shared in order to promote innovation, foster better government, and engage citizens”.

More information about the award can be found here and there is a short video which outlines the KLISS project.

Kansas KLISS project

Propylon successfully deployed the LWB solution to the Kansas State Legislature and are proud to be associated with it's award as a project NASCIO describe as an initiative 'which exemplifies best practices, supports the public policy goals of state leaders, assists government officials in innovatively executing their duties, and provides cost-effective service to citizens.'

You can read the state's submission here (pdf link).

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