We’re over the moon this week. Award-winning website development is always what we aim for, and our latest project has done just that.
The Virginia School Quality Profiles state school report card site has just won its first major regional award, the Richmond Technology Council’s “Innovation in Utilization Award,” public project category.
AISN worked closely with the Virginia Department of Education to develop and host the website, which launched last fall. The annual award recognizes the creative use of existing technology to enhance processes, methodologies and/or services for the benefit of an organization or the public.
At the Council’s 22nd Annual Technology Awards Gala in Richmond last night, VDOE Director of Communications Charles Pyle accepted the award on behalf of the department, which was also a finalist in the public project category for the “Innovation in Development Award” — again, for development of the Virginia School Quality Profiles state report card project. This is the first major award for the School Quality Profiles, an online data tool that communicates to millions of parents and the public about the status and achievements of Virginia’s more than 1,800 public schools.
The Richmond Technology Council is central Virginia’s “catalyst for technology,” and the gala for the region’s technology community celebrates the many breakthroughs, advancements and outstanding technologists who are driving the area’s technology-based economy. Award finalists in 11 categories included multiple organizations and individuals who are actively helping advance central Virginia’s technology based economy.
Executive branch agencies, counties, cities, towns, schools and all other public entities throughout the Commonwealth can use AISN as a one-stop shop to build, host, operate and maintain their mission-critical applications, websites, portals, databases and more. Since 2012, AISN has been the premier provider of eGov services and solutions to the Commonwealth of Virginia, supporting dozens of state agencies and other public entities with application development, support, security and high compliance cloud hosting. AISN’s three Virginia contract vehicles make Virginia government IT purchasing a one-stop shop. They are the CAI Virginia IT Contingent Labor Contract Statement of Work (SOW) – Application Development, VA-120416-AISN Hosting Services, and VA-120413-BPI Web Applications Maintenance and Operations.
Laurie Head is Co-Owner and VP, Marketing Communications for AISN.