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FCW Insider: A Barry view of Fed 100

So I'm just getting home from the annual Fed 100 awards gala, where we honor the 100 people who made a difference in the past year. (See them and why they are being recognized at www.fcw.com/fed100.) Early tomorrow, we'll get a story posted on the two Eagle award winners. (UPDATE: The story is posted.) We'll also get video and other parts of the evening posted in the coming days, but... For the second year, we asked Leslie Barry, GTSI's vice president of government affairs and business development, to take my camera and document the evening. So we are happy to present you with a Barry view of Fed 100.

This year, we've just uploaded them on to my Flickr site, which have all been tagged with 2008Fed100. You can see them all for yourself there... or watch the slide show below.

Thanks again to Leslie.



Posted by Christopher J. Dorobek on Mar 24, 2008 at 12:17 PM


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