NAGW Announces 2020 Pinnacle Award Winners

    2020 Virtual Conference Pinnacle Awards

    The National Association of Government Web Professionals (NAGW) announced its annual Pinnacle Award winners at the organization’s 2020 Virtual Conference. NAGW At Large Director, Matthew Vanderhorssssst, made the announcement during the awards banquet held September 24.

    “The COVID-19 pandemic emphasized the need for timely and accurate information. It was inspiring to see that NAGW members continue to innovate in 2020 to serve their communities, even during unprecedented times," said Mr. Vanderhorst, who also serves NAGW as Pinnacle Awards Chair.

    The NAGW Pinnacles Awards are judged by a group of web professionals inside and outside the government web industry. "The Pinnacle Awards celebrate excellence in government web design and innovation,” said NAGW President Jason Huber.” The entrants do extraordinary work with limited budgets and resources. NAGW congratulates all of the winners on their outstanding work that truly serves their communities.”

    Awards were presented this year in categories for cities and counties as well as awards for non-governmental organizations, and microsites and special site features.

    Pinnacle Awards event sponsor Siteimprove, a leading provider of web governance software, presented the Sponsor’s Award to the City of Fayetteville, North Carolina.

    The following are the 2020 NAGW Pinnacle Award winners:

    City/County Small Population Group

    Vinton, Virginia
    Ketchum, Idaho

    City/County Medium Population Group

    Roanoke County, Virginia

    City/County Medium High Population Group

    Santa Clara, California

    City/County Custom Website Group

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    Microsite/Special Site Feature

    Larimer County, Colorado COVID-19 Dashboard

    Sponsor's Award presented by Siteimprove

    Fayetteville, North Carolina

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    About NAGW

    Formed in 2003, and formally incorporated in 2006 as a 501(c)(6) non-profit association, the National Association of Government Web Professionals is an independent self-governing organization with an educational directive. NAGW is an independent voice for the diverse and ever-growing community of government web professionals in the United States. The membership body comprises professionals from local, county, state, and federal government.