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Coates Connection Spring/Summer 2012

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At the first Government Innovation Grant Awards (GIGa) luncheon on January 27, 2012, Catawba County Systems Analyst Stephen Lackey accepted the the 2012 GIGa Award in recognition of the implementation of a Building Permit QR (Quick Response) Codes system. For more information about GIGa, visit www. cpt.unc.edu/giga.html. GIGa awards are sponsored annually by Local Government Federal Credit Union and North Carolina Local Government Information Sysatems Association (NCLGISA). SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT FOUNDATION Board of Directors PRESIDENT Maurice R . Smith VICE PRESIDENT Susan Pa!erson DIRECTORS Kenneth Lee Carter Jr. Curtis Clark Robert J. Crumley Franklin E. Freeman Jr. Emily Williamson Gangi S. Ellis Hankins Jimmie B. Hicks Jr. Elizabeth Keever J. Edward Kitchen Je"rey S. Koeze Charles B. Neely Jr. David F. #ompson James L. Westbrook Jr. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Michael R . Smith, Dean SECRETARY #omas H. #ornburg , Senior Associate Dean and Director, NC Judicial College TREASURER Bradley G. Volk, Associate Dean for Administration ASSISTANT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Ann C. Simpson, Associate Dean for Development Coates Connection is published twice a year by the School of Government at UNC-Chapel Hill. The newsletter is also available at www.sog.unc.edu/node/258. Please send comments about this newsletter to Ann Simpson at 919.966.9780 or simpson@sog.unc.edu. Je!rey Morris Dulin, deputy chief of the City of Charlotte Fire Department, received the George C. Franklin Award during the April 20 graduation ceremony for the 2011–2012 Municipal Administration course of the School of Government. The North Carolina League of Municipalities presents the award each year to the class member with the most distinguished record. Rebecca Lamphiear, economic services administrator, Department of Social Services, Gaston County, received the Edwin M. Gill Award during the April 20 graduation ceremony for the 2011–2012 County Administration course of the School of Government. The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners presents the award each year to the class member with the most distinguished record. Local Government O$cials Receive Awards for Innovation and Distinction "#$%&' "#((&"%)#( SPRING/SUMMER 2012

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