2009 Fed 100 Gala slide show

GTSI’s Leslie Barry, left, is joined at the Federal 100 Gala by Linda Cureton, chief information officer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, and her husband, Doug.

A server puts the finishing touches on the ballroom for the gala.

Guests mingle outside of the ballroom as they await entrance to the event.

Anne Armstrong, president and group publisher of 1105 Government Information Group, welcomes guests to the Federal 100 Gala.

David Rapp, editor in chief of Federal Computer Week and editorial director of 1105 Government Information Group, takes the stage.

Guests clap for awardees during the gala reception.

CGI’s Donna Morea, left, and Rapp, right, pose with industry Eagle Award recipient Brad Boston, center, senior vice president, CISCO.

The Defense Department’s David Wennergren, left, and Rapp, right, congratulate government Eagle Award winner Molly O'Neill, center, former chief information officer at the Environmental Protection Agency.

Northrop Grumman’s Hugh Taylor, left, and Armstrong, right, pose with Dinah Cohen, center, recipient of the President’s Award.

Comedian Kathleen Madigan entertains the audience.

This was the 20th anniversary of the Federal 100 and Federal 100 gala.

Links to more photos from the Fed 100 Gala:

Flickr gallery, courtesy of Chris Dorobek
Awards dinner pics, courtesy of David Bisnow
Chris Dorobek's photos

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