Heather Hancock started the topic Network with 2009’s Agency and Executive Award Winners, Government Executives, and Industry Partners! in the forum Communication Best Practices 10 years, 4 months ago
Only three days… until the networking event of the year!
Don’t miss your chance to interact with 2009’s Agency and Executive Award Winners, Government Executives, and Industry Partners. Only a few seats remain, register now to reserve your spot!
The 22nd annual GCN Awards honor federal, state and local government for their extraordinary IT accomplishments and significant contributions to the performance of their agencies. Join in recognizing the best of breed for the top IT programs across the public sector.
2009 Agency Winners Include:
The Department of Administrative Services – Division of Finance for the Utah Public Finance Web site
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) –Criminal Justice Information Services for the National Data Exchange (N-Dex)
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Personnel Systems Support Branch – Manpower, Personnel, and Security Directorate for Open Source Corporate Management Information System (OSCMIS)
Click here to view a complete list of agency winners.
Executives of the Year Awards:
DoD Executive of the Year
Mr. Robert Carey, Chief Information Officer, Department of the Navy
Civilian Executive of the Year
Ms. Martha A. Dorris, Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services and Communications, GSA
Industry Executive of the Year
Mr. James Lewis, Director and Senior Fellow, Technology and Public Policy Program, Center
for Strategic and International Studies
Hall of Fame Awardee 2009
Honorable Tom Davis, Federal Government Relations Director, Deloitte, and former Congressman of Virginia
Tickets are limited! Register now to secure your seat with 1,000+ senior executives at this fall’s most prestigious government IT event.
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