Eagle awards honor two

Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) chairman of the House Government Reform Committee's Technology and Procurement Policy Subcommittee, and Ellen Glover, president and chief operating officer for Advanced Technology Systems, won Eagle awards last week for outstanding accomplishments in the world of federal information technology.

Davis won the top government award for sponsoring legislation to improve various aspects of IT management and procurement, including co-sponsoring the Cyber Security Information Act and another bill that would establish a top federal chief information officer.

Glover won the industry award for championing efforts to improve communication between government and industry officials, especially during an unsettled time of acquisition reform and technological advancement. She also managed the Executive Leadership Conference workshops, which gave key government and industry leaders a better understanding of business issues within government.

The two Eagle award winners were chosen from Federal Computer Week's Federal 100 winners list. The CIO Council selected the government winner, and the Industry Advisory Council chose the industry winner. The 2000 Federal 100 winners were honored at a banquet July 10 at the Ritz-Carlton in McLean, Va.

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