1998 Eagle Awards

The Eagle Awards will be announced March 25 at the dinner honoring the Federal 100 winners. The 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 the government winner will be chosen by the federal CIO Council, and the industry winner will be chosen by the Industry Advisory Council of the Federation of Government Information Processing Councils.

Government Industry

1994 James Flyzik, Treasury Frank Slovenec,GTSI

1995 Emmett Paige, DOD George Newstrom, EDS Corp.

1996 John Koskinen, OMB Ed Bersoff, BTG Inc.

1997 Kathleen Adams, SSA John Gioia, Robbins-Gioia Inc.

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