“Connecting Kansans to information about state agencies is an important part of increasing our state government’s transparency,” Sebelius said. “This board continues to make great strides in the sharing of this information via the internet.”
Travis Rozean, Hays, currently works for Manatron as their director of operations for the Kansas region and as the national director for G.I.S. (Geographic Information System). Prior to working for Manatron, Rozean was the executive vice president and general manager of InfiniTec. He received his bachelor’s degree from Fort Hays State University.
Rozean has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the board.
The Information Network of Kansas (INK) was established to provide Kansans equal access to governmental data and the public information of agencies via the internet. A model for public and private cooperation, INK is a government service administered for the benefit of the public, while assisting the entrepreneurial spirit and efficiencies found in private business. INK was created by an act of the Kansas State Legislature in 1990.