FCW announces the 2009 Federal 100 award winners

The 1105 Government Information Group and Federal Computer Week are pleased to announce the winners of the 2009 Federal 100 awards.

To view the complete list, click here.

The Federal 100 award recognizes individuals in government and industry who made significant contributions to the federal information technology community in 2008.

The winners were chosen by a panel of distinguished panel of judges: Dave Wennergren (chairman), Defense Department; Linda Cureton, NASA; Lesley Field, Office of Federal Procurement Policy; Vance Hitch, Justice Department; Michael Howell, Office of Management and Budget; Steve Kelman, Kennedy School of Government; James Seligman, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Stan Soloway, Professional Services Council; Gary Winkler, Army; and Bob Woods, Topside Consulting.

Look for full coverage of the awards in the March 23 issue of Federal Computer Week. The 1105 Government Information Group will honor the winners at a gala March 25. For more information on the gala, click here.

 

About the Author

John Monroe is Senior Events Editor for the 1105 Public Sector Media Group, where he is responsible for overseeing the development of content for print and online content, as well as events. John has more than 20 years of experience covering the information technology field. Most recently he served as Editor-in-Chief of Federal Computer Week. Previously, he served as editor of three sister publications: civic.com, which covered the state and local government IT market, Government Health IT, and Defense Systems.

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