Awards & Recognition

The Information Technology department is pleased to have been recognized for the following achievements in their field:

2014


Digital Cities Survey Award


The City of Marietta has been selected as a Top Ten Digital City in 2014, tied for 9th place in the 75,000 population category. View the full survey results.

2012


Digital Cities Survey Award


The City of Marietta has been ranked as one of the top cities saving money with BYOD, new wireless facilities and shared services. The City of Marietta tied for 8th place in the 30,000 to 74,999 population category. View the full survey results.

Technology Association of Georgia (TAG Award)


The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) presented Marietta the top performer award for a free mobile app that allows residents, business owners, visitors and staff to report concerns, request services and access city news and information right from your smartphone.

2011


N-DEx (National Data Exchange)


This project is a nationally-scaled criminal justice information sharing system, that will permit and encourage data sharing between all levels of law enforcement and allow investigators to link criminal elements of unseeingly connected crimes in a very short amount of time. The city of Marietta was the first Law Enforcement Agency to successfully submit data to N-DEx in 2004 and were also the first agency in Georgia to successfully submit data for phase 2 of the project.

Special Achievement in GIS (SAG Award)


Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI)
This award is given based upon what the organization does to promote GIS within its own organization and the community. Consideration is made on how far the organization has advanced in GIS technology, what services they provide and more.

2010


Excalibur Award from the Technology Association of Georgia


This award is hosted in collaboration with our Business & Technology Alliance society recognize the companies and organizations throughout Georgia that demonstrate the best use of technology to solve a business problem. These companies and organizations do not produce technology, but they rely on it and are using it creatively to excel.

2007


Excellence Award


National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW)
Runner-up for best small population government website.

2005


Special Achievement in GIS (SAG Award)


Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI)
This award is given based upon what the organization does to promote GIS within its own organization and the community. Consideration is made on how far the organization has advanced in GIS technology, what services they provide and more.