2010 Federal 100 award winners announced

Federal Computer Week and the1105 Government Information Group have announced the winners of the 2010 Federal 100 awards.

The Federal 100 award recognizes individuals in government and industry who made significant contributions to the federal information technology community in 2009.


To view the complete list of Federal 100 Award winners, click here


This year’s winners, chosen by a select panel of government and industry leaders, include 30 from industry and 70 from the federal government -- 42 in civilian agencies and 28 in the defense sector. There are 78 men and 22 women.

Look for full coverage of the awards, including profiles of each of the winners, in the March 22 issue of Federal Computer Week. The 1105 Government Information Group will honor the winners at a gala dinner on March 22. For more information on the gala, go to the Federal 100 Awards page.



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Reader comments

Thu, Apr 15, 2010 ksweere Dayton

It a rare, fine thing where a free, independent media can honor those whom contributed to our country without undue political, commericial, or other influence. The Govt military and civilian ranks have thier quarterly and annual awards for thier employees. And companies often award annual bonuses and recognitiion to thier people for corporatee, not customer, success. Its in these few public places where it appears that "One Team, One Fight" actually exists... where military, civilians, IPAs, FFRDCs, A&AS's and for-profit contractors working together on the same program actually are striving together for the same goal.

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Thu, Feb 4, 2010 Mark Frederick, MD

OK, I would like to say it is nice to see that Federal contractors can pat themselves on the back. I say this in disagreement with the list as contractors are not employees of the Federal government and should not be listed on a "Federal Top 100" list. They should get their awards from their companies and the Federal employees should be the ones on this list. Also, it pretty obvious that DOD and the procurement/finance divisions of the Federal government is the prime recepient of awards this year.

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