The National Association of Government Web Professionals is proud to announce the Steven Michael Moore Pinnacle Award for excellence in a government web profession. The award is the first of its kind and is intended to embody the legacy of our friend and colleague who passed away January 29, 2015. The award will be presented annually.
Steve Moore worked 37 years in the information technology field with the last 35 years at Larimer County, Colorado. Steve brought Larimer online in 1996 with the creation of Larimer.org, ultimately developing the site into a 2008 NAGW Pinnacle Award winner.
Steve represents what's best about our community. This award honors his legacy and selfless commitment to the profession and to his colleagues. The recipient of this award should exemplify these qualities, regardless of his/her years of service or area of specialization.
To qualify for the Steven Michael Moore Pinnacle Award, the nominee may be a current or former NAGW member. Self-nominations will not be accepted.
A nominee must have made major contributions as a government web professional through his or her body of work including, but not limited to:
- Service as a leader for government web professionals;
- Development of local government websites;
- Contributions to web design and/or programming;
- Unique information presentation online;
- Service to diverse populations;
- Overall impact on communities.
The inaugural Steven Michael Moore Pinnacle Award will be presented at the NAGW National Conference Award Banquet in Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 24.