Department of Technology & Information

E-Government Award

DTI's Access Delaware Project Wins National Award!
A project initiated by the Delaware Department of Technology and Information was selected as an award recipient in the 2003 Accenture and MIT Digital Government award competition. The Department's "Access Delaware " project is a ground breaking initiative focused on providing alternative mechanisms for Delaware agencies to deliver Internet-based information and services to citizens.

The announcement was made June 10, 2003 at the e-Gov 2003 Conference and Exposition, which was held in Washington DC. State Chief Information Officer Thomas Jarrett accepted the award, presented for the outstanding pilot or prototype e-Government project, on behalf of the Department of Technology and Information. Digital Government Award recipients were selected from nearly 200 nominations from across the United States, representing a 60% increase in the number of submissions over the 2002 awards nominations. The 2003 winners were honored before nearly 1,000 government and industry executives at the e-Gov Conference.


Award Application
Take a look at the Department's Award Application.


Press Releases
Read the press release for this award announcement, and other Access Delaware announcements:

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