[acronym] Magazine CAD Awards – October 14th is almost here!

Attention CAD designers, managers and drafters! Time is running out and we want to hear from you! Don't wait any longer to submit your application for the [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards. The [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards is a new innovation contest that challenges the public sector, and the contractors that support it, to share the creative ways they have used digital design/CAD software.

Need More Time? You got It! [acronym] Public Sector CAD Awards Deadline Extended

Who doesn’t need more time these days? Well, we’ve listened to your feedback and have extended the deadline for the [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards. Thanks for all the entries so far! If you haven’t submitted your nomination you now have until October 14 to enter. What are the [acronym] Magazine CAD Awards?

Countdown to the [acronym] Public Sector CAD Awards Deadline - Get your Entries In!

The deadline to enter the [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards is fast approaching! If you work in the field of digital design – whether you use AutoCAD, or any other software – we want to know how these tools, combined with your skills and expertise have helped your agency achieve its goals. It doesn’t matter whether you work for the Department of Defense or a state and local government agency (we’ve received entries from both), this is your opportunity to shine! Learn more about the [acronym] CAD Awards and meet our judges.

Apparently the Feds Don’t Often Reward Innovation – But We Do!

You may have noticed that [acronym] is running a contest for government employees – the [acronym] CAD Awards. In fact, the awards are the first of their kind specifically aimed at the public sector - and I find our timing with this contest a little curious. Through sheer coincidence, Federal Computer Week last week reported the conclusions of a new study by the Partnership for Public Service, which claims that “Agencies don’t reward innovation, fed’s say”. According to the report, “nine out of 10 federal employees are seeking ways to better perform their jobs, only about four out of 10 believe innovation and creativity are rewarded”.