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Join us as we Recognize the Winners of the First Public Sector CAD Awards

Earlier this summer, [acronym] launched the first ever public sector CAD awards and now we’d like you to join us as we honor our finalists at the [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards on November 14,2011 in Washington, D.C.

When we first launched the contest, we asked you to tell us how you have used digital design software to help your agency to achieve its goals and your response was phenomenal! Thank you to all who entered.

Meet our Finalists

From Guam to Florida, Washington, D.C. to New York, you shared examples of public sector innovations, best practices, cost saving strategies, and more. Our seven finalists include innovators from the Department of Defense, New York City Department of Design and Construction, the Ohio State Medical Center, and more.

Each of our finalists was hand-picked by our expert panel of judges as the movers and the shakers in the field of public sector digital design. Whether it’s improving the performance of their agency or enhancing the delivery of citizen services, our winners have made an impact.

For example, Ohio State Medical Center has spearheaded a program to transition from AutoCAD to BIM to dramatically improve how facility information is presented, helping to improve decision making about how space is used and renovated.

Celebrate and Honor our Winners in Washington, D.C.

To honor the achievements of each of our finalists and announce a winner, [acronym] is hosting our first annual [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards ceremony which will take place on November, 14, 2011 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the National Building Museum, 401 F Street Northwest, Washington, D.C., 20001.

Bringing together our finalists, industry experts and the media, this free event will feature the following:

  • Motivational speaker, Vernice ‘FlyGirl’ Armour, America’s first African-American female combat pilot during Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Interactive agenda sessions
  • An award ceremony recognizing the most creative and innovative users of digital design technology in the public sector space.

Register Today

If you can’t make it, look out for a blog report covering the awards event, showcasing our winners, and more.

Caron is the founding editor of [acronym]. With more than 15 years experience in the publishing and marketing industries, Caron specializes in the public sector and related digital design disciplines. Caron has led the editorial team since [acronym] was launched in 2006 and is the point of contact for contributed articles and guest bloggers. Contact Caron at editor@acronymonline.org.

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