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Top left: Faulkner County officials and employees turned out to honor Faulkner County Circuit Clerk Crystal Taylor, whose office received two honorable mentions in the Efficiency & Digital Pioneer category, and Faulkner County Tax Collector Sherry Koonce, whose office received a Citi- zen Service honorable mention. Top right: Gov. Asa Hutchinson poses with Washington County Assessor Russell Hill, whose office was a finalist for the Governor’s Digital Transformation Award and received two honorable mentions in the Citizen & Business Service category and earned one Efficiency & Digital Pioneer honorable mention. Bottom left: Pictured are Saline County Clerk Doug Curtis, Gov. Hutchinson, Saline County Clerk’s office Public Information Officer Trevor Villines and State Rep. Andy Davis. The Saline County clerk’s office received honorable mentions for its launch of social media accounts and “Checkmark” eNewsletter. Bottom right: Deputy Pulaski County Treasurer Bentley Hovis, Pulaski County Treasurer/Collector Debra Buckner and Information Network of Arkansas Director Bob Sanders pose with the Governor. The Pulaski County Treasurer’s office collected an honorable mention in the Citizen Service & Digital Pioneer Awards for its digital property tax collections.


Counties receive Digital Transformation honors from INA


“Te work you have done has saved the state millions of dollars, eliminated countless sheets of paper, and multiplied the capacity of our workforce — all while providing better and faster service to citizens,” Secretary of State and INA Board Chairman Mark Martin said at the awards ceremony.


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he Information Network of Arkansas (INA) hon- ored the winners of its inaugural Arkansas Digital Transformation Awards in a Sept. 14 ceremony in Little Rock.


Te awards recognize the achievements of Arkansas govern- ment offices at the state and local levels that have used tech- nology to drive innovation and make positive, measurable changes in the state, according to a news release. Among those honored were Washington County Assessor


Russell Hill, who received a Governor’s Digital Transforma- tion Award for his office’s overall digital transformation efforts, which offered real-time delivery of property data, supported and accelerated local business growth, and cut the delay of business


COUNTY LINES, FALL 2017


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