It would be nice to see some broadband projects on their short list – both projects that make innovative use of broadband and local governments who have found innovative programs to improve broadband access…
If you’re doing innovative work, we want to hear about it! The Awards are now open and accepting entries until November 2, 2012. Please be sure to enter the innovative work you are doing for the opportunity to be recognized. Learn more and enter at InCommons.org/LGIA.
What are the Awards?
The Local Government Innovation Awards recognizes the creative ways counties, cities, and schools are making Minnesota better and doing things differently. In keeping with previous years, up to 18 local government entities will be recognized as award winners for their innovative work. But there’s also a twist. This year, Minnesotans can cast their vote to help determine the entrant that will receive $25,000 to continue local government innovation and redesign work! Enter today and learn more at InCommons.org/LGIA.