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Shawnee County Register of Deeds

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    Becky Nioce

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Personal Biography Becky Nioce was born in Topeka and spent her entire life in Shawnee County. She and her husband, Andy have a three adult children and a son who is 3 years old. She received her degree in Elementary Education graduating Magna Cum Laude from Washburn. In 2013 Becky started as Register of Deeds and hit the ground running making the office more efficient and technologically advanced. She has streamlined how they process documents and converted 2.8 million images from microfilm into digital images.
Campaign Phone (785) 806-9838
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Campaign Web Site http://beckynioce,com
Education Bachelors in Elementary Education from Washburn University
Community/Public Service Church volunteer
Improving Government Efficiency We must continue in perpetuity to update, maintain, and preserve the $11 Billion of County records*… always utilizing the thriftiest, most dependable and efficient technologies available. There are always ways to improve efficiencies. I will continue to work both with the public and other county agencies to devise ways to save the taxpayers from wasted expenditures and inefficient bureaucracies. Since taking office in 2013, I have put in place cost and time saving measures: We now return your deed in 5 minutes instead of 24 hours! Streamlined the way we process certain forms saving about 30 minutes of staff time per day. Found a way to save time and money by working with the county clerk’s office to place their certification stamp on documents electronically. Increased the number of electronic recordings from 35%-74% saving valuable staff time. In order to make our records more accessible, I converted 2.8 million images from microfilm to digital.
Transparency is of the utmost importance when it comes to our records our citizens have accessibility to. I will always do whatever I can to make sure our records our available. In fact, I have worked toward making them more available by converting them to digital and putting them online. Anyone can also come search our records for free. When my office has a KORA request, I immediately work to get the information out as quickly as possible. Please know that my door is always open for voters to come and talk to me about any way I can help improve the experience in the register of deeds office. Thank you for the opportunity to serve!