To the web and beyond — Colorado governments win digital awards

Douglas County Assessor Lisa Frizell and Secretary of State Wayne Williams were among the Coloradans who picked up awards Friday night in Austin, Texas, from the Center for Digital Government. (SOS photo)

Secretary of State Wayne Williams joined other Coloradans in Austin, Texas, Friday night where they were honored for their sophisticated digital efforts in the fields of elections, real estate assessments and other services.

The Secretary of State’s office, the Douglas County Assessor’s office and Larimer County government were among the winners in the Center for Digital Government’s 2nd annual Government Experience Awards.

“It was an honor to be a part of that awards ceremony and learn what other states, counties and cities are doing digitally to save taxpayers’ money and enrich and secure the lives of the people they serve,” Williams said.

“As the chief elections officer for the state, I am gratified that our efforts at implementing a risk-limiting audit to ensure ballot accuracy continues to be recognized for making Colorado the safest state to cast a vote.”

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