Meet the Rising Stars of 2012
A dozen up-and-coming government technology professionals have been recognized this year in the annual Rising Star awards program, cosponsored by Federal Computer Week (FCW) and its affiliate publications, Government Computer News (GCN) and Washington Technology.
The Rising Star awards program honors employees in the public and private sectors who have made an early — and substantive — mark in the government technology community. The goal is to reward these individuals for their extraordinary achievements and to hold them up as an example and inspiration to others.
This year’s winners from government and industry were selected from some 75 nominations submitted by their supervisors and coworkers. They are being honored for a wide range of exceptional work – everything from pushing eDiplomacy efforts or conflict-zone geospatial intelligence to documenting and re-thinking entire hiring-process systems.
An independent panel of judges from the government IT community selected the 12 finalists listed below.
As always, a special thanks goes to Phil Kiviat and the Young AFCEANs, from the Bethesda, Md., chapter of AFCEA International, who first suggested this program and continue to support it.
This year’s winners and judges will be featured by FCW in September, both online and in print. The winners also will be recognized at the GCN Awards Gala on Oct. 24.
2012 Rising Stars
|Lisa R. Alferieff
|Tara M. Miner|
Department of Army
|Kimberly R. Allred
Department of State
|Chris W. Ogen|
Creative Computing Solutions
|Stephen N. Ander
|Shayla B. Parker|
Department of Homeland Security
|Kevin J. Rosapep|
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
|Pawan P. Singh|
|Joseph E. Corcoran
|Haley Van Dyck|
Office of Management and Budget
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