Cobb County DOT named Cartegraph High-Performance Government Award winner
Cartegraph, a government software and services industry leader, has named the Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) a recipient of its 2018-2019 High-Performance Government Award. The honor recognizes local government organizations for their innovative use of operations management technology in problem solving and community improvement. Winners were selected from Cartegraph users across the United States.
Nadine Bennett-Darby, CCDOT geographic information system (GIS) solutions analyst, accepted the award on behalf of the department at the 2019 Cartegraph Conference in Denver on May 1 .
“As a high-performance government, the Cobb County DOT team is dedicated to optimizing business processes, maximizing performance and providing exemplary service,” Cartegraph stated in its news release regarding the award. “With ArcGIS-integrated snow removal routes and commute updates via Waze, they’re sharing real-time info with their citizens. The DOT is even using Cartegraph automations to manage contracts, inspections, budgets and high-priority activities, and has streamlined processes with activity-based workflows.”
For more than 16 years, CCDOT has used Cartegraph software to manage its work and assets efficiently. The department transitioned to the company’s current operations management system (OMS) in 2016.
Nine other local governments were recognized as High-Performance Government Award winners. Read the full list in the Cartegraph blog post.