And now...the 2011 Federal 100 award winners

We've whittled several hundred nominations down to 100 winners

The envelope please ...

Federal Computer Week and 1105 Government Information Group have announced the winners of the 2011 Federal 100 awards. The winners did work that included developing the cybersecurity workforce, applying social media to disaster response, improving services to veterans, developing geospatial-based intelligence analysis and preparing the nation to deal with health emergencies.

The Federal 100 award recognizes individuals in government and industry who made significant contributions to the federal IT community in the previous year.


View the complete list of Federal 100 award winners.


This year’s winners, chosen by a select panel of government and industry leaders, include 23 people from industry, two from state and local government, and 75 from the federal government – with 55 in civilian agencies and 20 in the defense sector.

Look for full coverage of the awards, including profiles of each of the winners, in the March 28 issue of Federal Computer Week. The 1105 Government Information Group will honor the winners at a gala dinner on March 28. For more information on the event, go to the Federal 100 awards page.

If you see any errors in the listings, please send a message to [email protected].

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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