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ACT/IAC wants nominations for leadership awards

Do you know someone who has done particularly great work in government information technology in the past year? If so, the American Council for Technology/Industry Advisory Council wants to hear from you.

ACT/IAC is taking nominations for its annual awards that honor people from government and industry who have made a significant contribution to the organization in work that involves government IT. The awards will be presented during an awards ceremony at the Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Va., on Oct. 26.

ACT/IAC is a nonprofit, public/private partnership that seeks to improve government by applying IT. ACT membership is open to full-time federal, state and local government employees. IAC membership is open to any company that’s interested in the government IT market.

The group said the awards will include:

Nomination forms must be received by ACT/IAC no later than 5:00 p.m. (EDT) on Aug. 30.

Posted on Aug 11, 2010 at 12:11 PM


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