|Andy Ogan receiving his award from David Zolnowsky,|
Andy has successfully navigated the waters of the South Dakota Broadband Initiative program, a $7M+ program to inventory broadband across SD. In its’ fifth year, he has been a cornerstone for its’ success from the beginning. Andy has juggled this task along with engineering technical solutions for the government, Board of Regents, and K12 networks. He has helped design redundant connections to the REED network to increase its survivability, implemented bandwidth shaping on state-wide area network connections, and helped engineer new solutions on numerous agency projects. Andy’s technical writing and graphic design skills are in high demand and he willingly gives his time to help out all BIT divisions.
|Craig DeTample receiving his award from David Zolnowsky,|
Norm has demonstrated the ability to analyze applications, determine their function, diagnose their issues, and remediate them quickly. Norm is the primary Team 5 troubleshooter for .Net development issues. In addition, Norm developed the Workforce Summit online registration application, is a member of the BIT Web Services team, and mentors another developer to step into his Web Services roll. Norm always has the time to discuss other development issues with anyone who comes to him with a problem. His wide breadth of knowledge is a significant benefit to all of the developers he works with.
Congratulations and keep up the great work!