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GCN announces 2017 dig IT Award finalists

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GCN -- FCW's sister publication covering IT at all levels of government -- has announced the finalists for its 2017 dig IT Awards.

The dig IT Awards celebrate discovery and innovation in government IT, and are organized into five categories -- Cybersecurity; Cloud and Infrastructure; Data, Analytics and Visualization; Mobile; and Robotics, Automation and Unmanned Systems. Twenty of the 25 finalists involve federal agencies.

The full list of finalists is below, and more information about the dig IT awards can be found on GCN.com.

Cybersecurity

APE: Novel Intrusion Prevention for Android
Department of Homeland Security

Baseline Tailor
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Department of Commerce

Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation Program
DHS

Derived PIV Credentials for Mobile Devices
Federal Emergency Management Agency, DHS

Security Accreditation in the C2S Isolated Cloud Region
Intelligence Community

Cloud and Infrastructure

CNIC N9 GovCloud
Fleet and Family Readiness Division, Navy

Login.gov
18F, General Services Administration

NASA Image and Video Library
NASA

DOT Network Modernization
Department of Transportation

Hybrid Networks for Remote Offices
Department of Interior

Data, Analytics and Visualization

FEMA Hurricane Journal
FEMA, DHS

Fraud and Analytics Platform
Office of Inspector General, Department of Health and Human Services

Operating and Support Management Information System
Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics, Army

Self-Service Data Sharing and Visualization
Ohio Department of Administrative Services

U.S. Electric System Operating Data Tool
Energy Information Administration, Department of Energy

Mobile

Access to Care
Department of Veterans Affairs

Caltrans QuickMap
California Department of Transportation

Emergency TeleHealth and Navigation (ETHAN) Project
Houston Fire Department
Houston Department of Health and Human Services

Firearms, Armor, and Credentials Tracking System (FACTS) Project
Customs and Border Protection, DHS
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, DHS

Plant Inspections Mobile Application
New York State Office of Information Technology Services
New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets

Robotics, Automation and Unmanned Systems

Fast Lightweight Autonomy and Service Academies Swarm Challenge Program
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Department of Defense

Process Robotics
NASA

Sea Hunter
DARPA, DOD

Semi Autonomous Top Layer Technology
Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Army

UAS Program Development
City of Murfreesboro, Tennessee

About the Author

Troy K. Schneider is editor-in-chief of FCW and GCN.

Prior to joining 1105 Media in 2012, Schneider was the New America Foundation’s Director of Media & Technology, and before that was Managing Director for Electronic Publishing at the Atlantic Media Company. The founding editor of NationalJournal.com, Schneider also helped launch the political site PoliticsNow.com in the mid-1990s, and worked on the earliest online efforts of the Los Angeles Times and Newsday. He began his career in print journalism, and has written for a wide range of publications, including The New York Times, WashingtonPost.com, Slate, Politico, National Journal, Governing, and many of the other titles listed above.

Schneider is a graduate of Indiana University, where his emphases were journalism, business and religious studies.

Click here for previous articles by Schneider, or connect with him on Twitter: @troyschneider.


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