2011 Eagle and President's Award winners

The best of the federal IT community was on display Monday evening at Federal Computer Week’s 2011 Federal 100 awards gala. In addition to honoring the winners of this year’s Federal 100 awards, FCW announced the recipients of the Eagle awards for industry and government and for the President’s Award. Here are highlights of the big moments. To see more – and to tag yourself and your colleagues in the photographs – visit the Federal 100 album on our Facebook page.

George Pedersen

George J. Pedersen, chairman and CEO of ManTech International, won the Eagle award for industry, which was presented by Linda Gooden, executive vice president of Lockheed Martin’s Information Systems and Global Solutions business.

William Lynn

Deputy Secretary of Defense William J. Lynn III (center) received the Eagle award for government, which was presented by Dave Wennergren (right), assistant deputy chief management officer at the Defense Department. (Also pictured: FCW Editor in Chief John Monroe)

Peter Chiarelli

Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli (center) received the President’s Award from Anne Armstrong (left), president of 1105 Government Information Group, and James M. Myers, vice president of Northrop Grumman Information Systems.

Kathleen Madigan

Comedian Kathleen Madigan sent everyone home laughing.

Read more about the 2011 Federal 100 award winners.

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