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Kentuckiana IS Special Interest Group Meeting Held in Louisville

Commissioner Rutledge

COT Commissioner Mark Rutledge

On Dec. 5th, members of the Commonwealth Office of Technology's (COT) executive management and project management teams attended the Kentuckiana Information Systems Special Interest Group's (IS-SIG) year-end meeting at the Frazier Arms Museum in Louisville.

The Kentuckiana IS-SIG is a branch of the Project Management Institute (PMI) focusing on project management standards and best practices within information technology.

During the event, Mark Rutledge, CIO and commissioner of COT, discussed the current state of information technology within the commonwealth. Gov. Fletcher's Prescription for Innovation and programs such as No Child Left Offline were among the highlights of his presentation. In addition, Rob Trimble, acting executive director of COT's Office of Enterprise Planning and Project Management, discussed the current state of project management within the commonwealth.

For more information about the Kentuckiana IS-SIG, go to: http://www.kentuckiana-issig.org/


Additional Photos From the IS-SIG Meeting

Commissioner Rutledge

2007 IS-SIG Chair Vijay Chauhan, left, and Mark Rutledge.

  

COT Attendees

COT Project Management and IS-SIG Board of Directors.


Rob Trimble

Rob Trimble, right, executive director of OEPPM, presents current
IS-SIG Chair Mark Johnson with the PM Service Award.               

  


Group of five

(L-to-R) Glenn Thomas, Mark Johnson, Tom Ferree, Rob Trimble and Vijay Chauhan.


Group of eight

COT Deputy Commissioner Tom Ferree, left, and COT Project Management staff.

  

 

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