E-Gov 2003 to honor innovative agencies

Fifty government agencies will be honored for innovative e-government initiatives at the E-Gov 2003 Conference and Exposition. The four-day event starts June 9 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

The fifth annual awards ceremony will acknowledge three levels of award recipients: pioneers, explorers and trailblazers. The awards are for solutions that improve e-government delivery and exemplary achievements in e-government and higher education service delivery.

Agencies in federal, state and local governments will be recognized. Representatives of winning agencies will be on hand in the government solutions center at the conference.

"The installed applications showcased in the center are the models for effective service delivery, efficient processing, quick response time and state-of-the-art technical infrastructure," said Mike Smoyer, general manager of E-Gov, which is part of the FCW Media Group.

Below is the list of the Pioneer and Explorer award winners.


America's Job Link Alliance
Kansas Department of Human Resources

DOD Common Access Card
Defense Manpower Data Center

eGovernment Across Iowa
Iowa, County Treasurers Association

E-Government Program, Office of Strategic Management and Analysts
Transportation Security Administration

Social Security Administration

FCPS 24-7 Learning
Fairfax County Public Schools (Va.)

Federal Parent Locator Services Program
Department of Health and Human Services

Filing Online
Postal Rate Commission

Labor Department

Human Capital Management Program
National Imagery and Mapping Agency

Land Information Ontario
Land and Resources Center, Ministry of National Resources, Canada

Montgomery County Web Portal Consolidation
Montgomery County, Md.

Process Based Mission Assurance — KM System

QualityNet Exchange
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Office of Clinical Standards and Quality

Government Printing Office and Environmental Protection Agency

Single Licensing System
State of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation

Total UCC Solution

Toxics Release Inventory — Made Easy
Environmental Protection Agency

TRICARE Online, Military Health System eHealth Portal
TRICARE Management Activity, Information Management Technology & Re-engineering Directorate, Electronic Business Policy and Standards Division

United Kingdom, Office of the e-Envoy


Atlanta Community Cyber Centers
City of Atlanta

North Dakota

Customer Service Center
Homeland Security Department, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection

DisasterHelp.gov Portal and Collaboration Center
Federal Emergency Management Agency

National Imagery and Mapping Agency

Electronic Commodity Ordering System
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service, Food Distribution Division

Gov Online Learning Center
Office of Personnel Management

Grants Management System
U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs

Section 508
Section 508 Executive Steering Committee Working Group

U.S. Postal Service


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