TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Pat Curtis, the director of the Leon County Office of Information and Technology, has been awarded the Chief Information Officer of the Year.
She was recognized for exceptional leadership in Information and Technology by the Florida Public Sector Chief Information Officer Academy at its first-ever Academy Awards.
“To be recognized as the best-of-the-best information technology leader in Florida is no small feat," said Leon County Commission Chairman Nick Maddox.
Curtis, who began her career with Leon County in 1994, has spent the last 18 years as director of Information Technology.
Pat was recognized as the Chief Information Officer of the Year for her leadership in earning Leon County the National Association of Counties and the Center of Digital Government’s Digital Counties Survey award for its population base for five consecutive years.
Such national awards recognize Leon County’s dedication to innovative public service solutions through information technology
"Through her leadership, our citizens can digitally access important County services and programs, which increases our efficiency and effectiveness," said Leon County Administrator Vincent S. Long.
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