Knowledge Services Receives 5-Year Award From NASCIO
Team members from Knowledge Services were pleased to attend the National Association of State Chief Information Officers’ (NASCIO) 2021 Annual Conference in Seattle in October. The event gave Knowledge Services employees the tremendous opportunity to hear directly from chief information officers from across the country, learning the key challenges and opportunities facing State and Local government leaders. At the conference, Knowledge Services was also honored for its continuing commitment to supporting State leaders and the citizens they serve.
At the NASCIO conference, CIOs and vendor partners from across the country gathered to discuss IT projects and current issues affecting State governments, such as remote work and cybersecurity. NASCIO is devoted to identifying and promoting innovations to support and transform the business of State government, mirroring Knowledge Services’ own objectives closely.
Damon Grothe, vice president of professional services for Knowledge Services, says NASCIO’s conference is a prime opportunity to learn more about the key challenges and opportunities State leaders face and brainstorm ways Knowledge Services can offer comprehensive solutions.
A Commitment to Serve
“Attending the NASCIO conference is a great platform for Knowledge Services to enhance what we do for State government,” Grothe says.
At the conference, attendees had the opportunity to collaborate directly with State CIOs and learn what those leaders need to stay competitive, safeguard data, and bring meaningful employment opportunities to State residents.
Grothe says NASCIO’s objectives and Knowledge Services’ years of State and local government support align closely, and attending the conference allows the company to best meet the changing needs of State and local leaders while specifically addressing prominent cybersecurity concerns.
“Knowledge Services wants be at the forefront of what’s happening in State government. Because we serve States so closely, understanding the initiatives at stake and the challenges they face and how we can offer solutions is critical,” Grothe says.
Five Years of Innovation
NASCIO awarded Knowledge Services with its 5-Year Membership award, a clear example of Knowledge Services’ steadfast work to unite people and technology to drive new opportunities and security thresholds across the country.
Grothe says it was a true honor for the organization to receive the award, and he and the organization are committed to continuing to support State CIOs in new ways today, tomorrow, and in the years to come.
“The award shows commitment, longevity, and the importance of supporting an organization like NASCIO. We believe in what NASCIO is doing, and showing our consistent support is critical,” he says. “CIOs and State leaders will always face new obstacles, and whenever Knowledge Services can use our people and technology to provide a solution, we always want to offer our expertise.”
About Knowledge Services
Since 1994, Knowledge Services has strengthened professional organizations by adapting seamlessly to their needs. As a certified woman-owned enterprise (WBE), Knowledge Services has grown to become the largest government MSP in the United States, with 15 state account and a sharp focus on forward momentum. By leveraging the collective innovation of a diverse workforce and a constant commitment to adapting to new technology, Knowledge Services aims to offer organizations cost-effective, goal-focused solutions that put people first.