The recipient played a prominent role in advancing campus efficiencies with technology solutions. This can include green initiatives, the development of new applications, infrastructure advancements, or another initiative that was resolved or enhanced with a technology component.
The recipient played a prominent role in evaluating information technology variables and developing a strategic plan of action that advances the college mission. This can include development of a strategic technology plan, disaster recovery plan, network design, implementation or advancement of telephony or IP service, ERP project management, or any similar technology initiative.
Nomination Process – For either of the awards above, prepare an abstract statement about the nominee and why they should receive this award (minimum 50 / maximum 150 words)
For the awards above, a CISOA representative* can be nominated by self-nomination, by nomination from another CISOA representative, or by nomination from their district/college senior administration. CISOA representatives can also nominate staff members who report to them for this award. Multiple winners of the either of above awards are acceptable and up to the discretion of the Awards Committee.
The recipient is recognized for service to CISOA, service to the colleges, and/or outstanding leadership in the evolution of technology.
Nomination Process – A member of the CISOA Board will submit an abstract statement about the nominee and why they should receive this award (minimum 50 / maximum 150 words)
For the award above, CISOA representatives* are nominated in this category by the CISOA Board. The CISOA Board can also nominate persons who are active in CISOA who may not be a district-appointed CISO. Multiple winners of the Board award are acceptable and up to the discretion of the Board.
* “CISOA representative” is defined as the Chief Information Systems Officer of the district who is also an active participant of CISOA.
“Active Participant of CISOA” is defined as: 1. Attending CISOA conferences or 2. Participating on the CISOA board or 3. Representing CISOA at meetings (TTAC, SAC, sub-committees, etc.) or 4. Other recognized involvement as agreed upon by the CISOA Board.