Information Services Department Honored for 2018 MISAC Awards

The City of Fresno’s Information Services Department (ISD) was honored at today’s City Council meeting for their recent success at the Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC) annual conference.  The department picked up several awards at the conference held in Rancho Mirage, CA in early October.

Chief Information Officer Bryon Horn received the 2018 President’s Award.  The President’s Award is intended to provide recognition for an individual or organization that has shown an outstanding contribution to MISAC or the Information Technology field.

ISD was honored with the “Excellence in IT Practices” Award.  The award is given to “recognize outstanding practices in information technology that have met or surpassed local government standards” and is intended to foster and recognize outstanding governance and operation practices.

The City of Fresno’s Fulton District and MyFAXBus mobile apps earned Quality Visual Information Awards in recognition of the development of quality visual information which depicts business information and goals.  The apps were the only two to be honored at this year’s conference.

About MISAC – The Municipal Information Systems Association of California (MISAC) was founded in 1980 out of a need for collaboration and data sharing. Members include IT professionals from cities, towns, public safety, special districts, and other local governmental agencies/districts.

MISAC strives to promote leadership, education, and access to resources for local agency technology professionals in order to enhance local government services and effectiveness via its Four Pillars: education, member resources, relationships, and advocacy.