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Civic Futures Awards extends nominating period
Monday, August 26, 2019 by Tai Moses
The Civic Futures Awards has extended its deadline to Sept. 3 for nominations of teams and individuals doing outstanding work in local or state government or academia. University faculty, community organizers, government employees and others are eligible if their work has “resulted in a meaningful impact on the people, policies, and services of government in Central Texas over the past three years.” The nomination form is short and sweet and nominations may be in six categories: Unlocking Human Potential; Workplaces of the Future; Privacy and Data Ethics; Procurement and Vendor Ethics; Designing for the 100%; and Community Inclusion and Engagement. The awards gala will be held Wednesday, Oct. 2, at 6 p.m. at Austin’s new Central Library. Submit your nomination and learn more here.
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