The Eagle Awards

The Eagle Awards will be announced on March 19 at the dinner honoring the Federal 100 winners. The Eagle Awards are given to two individuals each year - one from government and one from industry - who have made outstanding contributions to the federal IT community in the previous year. They are selected from the Federal 100 list of winners by independent professional organizations.

This year's government winner was chosen by the Federation of Government Information Processing Councils.

The industry winner was selected by the Industry Advisory Council.

We thank both organizations for helping us honor these individuals.

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