Tyler's Award-Winning Clients
December 02, 2019 by
At the recent National League of Cities City Summit, the Center for Digital Government announced the winners of the 2019 Digital Cities Survey.
The survey honors exemplar cities whose leaders are leveraging innovative vendor solutions, identifying creative infrastructure upgrades, and making government-wide philosophical changes to ready their cities for the decade ahead.
Four of the five first place winners are Tyler clients. We applaud these cities that are setting an example for their peers around the country. Weston, FL, for example, built its tech infrastructure from the foundation up to allow a small core staff to provide excellent services and quickly adapt. Lynchburg, VA’s IT department crafted an in-house system to track key information about infrastructure projects that also loops in public-facing departments for communication around road closures, traffic changes, and more. Norfolk, VA, has shifted to a citizen-centric, connected government with an open data portal and a commitment to data sharing. Miami, FL, is similarly data-focused and reorganized its IT department to become part of Innovation and Strategic Management.
Special congratulations to these and all the Tyler clients taking top honors in the categories below:
Population up to 75,000
1st Place: Weston, FL
3rd Place: Tamarac, FL
Population 75,000 – 124,999
1st Place: Lynchburg, VA
2nd Place: Columbia, MO
Population 125,000 – 249,999
1st Place: Norfolk, VA2
2nd Place: Cape Coral, FL
3rd Place: Bellevue, WA
Population 250,000 – 499,999
1st Place: Miami, FL2
2nd Place: Durham, NC
3rd Place: Virginia Beach, VA
Population 500,000 or More
3nd Place: Denver, CO
We are also delighted to congratulate the following leaders from cities leveraging Tyler solutions who were announced as the winners in four out of the five possible categories for the Route Fifty 2019 Navigator Awards. These leaders represent innovators in state and local government who are reimagining government services and working on solutions to common problems, from helping people plan for retirement to finding ways to bridge the digital divide.
Tobias Read, Treasurer, Oregon Saves, State of Oregon
Ryan Smith, Innovation Director, Judge Josephine Kerr Davis, Judge Amanda Maris, and District Attorney Satana Deberry, City of Durham, NC
The Next Generation
Scott Sellers, City Manager, City of Kyle, TX
The Tech Innovators
Rob Hill, Director of Emergency Management and Paula J. Dennison, Director of Development Services, City of Stillwater, OK, along with Rachel Riley, Deputy Director of the Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program
We celebrate all our clients who continue to innovate, lead, and make positive headlines. We are proud to support their efforts in creating solutions, improving lives, and building a safe, healthy, and vibrant society.