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Tech pros among Service to America award finalists

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The Partnership for Public Service's Service to America awards honor achievement in various aspects of federal service. (Stock image)

Several federal technology professionals, including some past Federal 100 winners, are on the list of finalists for 2013 Service to America medals.

The Partnership for Public Service bestows the annual awards, named in honor of its late founder, Samuel J. Heyman.

Among the tech heavy-hitters on the short list, all in the category of Citizen Services:

Dave Broomell, a project manager for the Social Security Administration's Chicago Region, who developed several technological innovations to improve Social Security’s customer service and employee efficiency.

Martha Dorris, deputy associate administrator of the General Services Administration and head of its Office of Citizen Services, for using web portals, social media, crowdsourcing tools and a search engine to deliver information on federal programs and services and to get the public engaged. Dorris is a multiple Fed 100 winner.

Terence V. Milholland, the IRS's CIO and CTO, for overhauling the service's IT and tax processing systems. Milholland has also won the Fed 100.

To see the complete list of finalists and more detailed bios of each, click here.

Posted by FCW Staff on May 06, 2013 at 12:10 PM


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