Comptroller announces PIE Awards honorees

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On Pi Day, the Baltimore City Comptroller's Office announced the recipients of the inaugural Public Innovation and Efficiency (PIE) Awards. These awards recognize outstanding contributions made by Baltimore City government agencies and employees who play a crucial role in improving our City and advancing our shared goals through their hard work, collaboration, and innovation.

“The PIE awards thank individuals and teams across City agencies for their outstanding public service,” said Comptroller Bill Henry. “Public innovation and efficiency hinges on cross-agency  trust, accountability, and dedication – those are the values these folks embody.”  

Among the honorees were BPD's IT section:

"Baltimore Police Department nominated by the Department of Telecommunications for working collaboratively to audit more than 1,200 analog lines, special circuits and fax lines, resulting in an annual savings of approximately $137,000, with an additional savings of $227,864 once the audit is completed."

  • Derek Canton (Team) 
  • Tia Vance (Team) 

Please see the complete press release.

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