(Vienna, VA, August 22, 2012) - GCN is pleased to announce the ten government IT projects that have been chosen to receive a 2012 GCN Award for IT achievement.
2012 GCN Award Winners:
Texas Permitting and Routing Optimizing System - The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles
Supertracker – USDA Food Nutrition and Consumer Services
Arlington National Cemetery Explorer – Arlington National Cemetery
Multi-Domain Dissemination System – Defense Intelligence Agency
Global Logistics Modernization with Federated Private Cloud – U.S. Marine Corps
Department of Defense Enterprise E-mail – Defense Information Systems Agency
Pension System Resumption (PSR) Recovery Project – California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS)
National Broadband Map – Federal Communications Commission/National Telecommunication and Information Administration
Virtual Remote Interpreting Initiative – Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida
DHS Common Operating Picture – U.S. Department of Homeland Security
The GCN Awards recognize federal and state & local government teams for extraordinary IT accomplishments and significant contributions to the performance of their agencies.
"This year's GCN Award winners showed how innovative Public Sector IT teams are, especially when confronted with a challenge, be it a public emergency or budget crunch." said Paul McCloskey, Editor-in-Chief, GCN, "This year's winning projects ranged from massive enterprise turnarounds to those demanding swift but near-flawless execution. All together, this year's winners showed a creative, entrepreneurial drive to succeed."
The 2012 Rising Star award recipients were also recently announced. They represent public and private sector employees that have made an early - and substantive - mark in the government technology community.
2012 Rising Stars: Lisa R. Alferieff – TCG; Kimberly R. Allred – Department of State; Stephen N. Ander – Gallup; Benjamin Black – Department of Homeland Security; Christine Calvosa – USDA; Joseph E. Corcoran – Govplace; Tara M. Miner – Department of Army; Chris W. Ogden – Creative Computing Solutions; Shayla B. Parker – U.S. Army; Kevin J. Rosapep – National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; Pawan P. Singh – Deloitte; Haley Van Dyck – Office of Management and Budget
Agency award winners and Rising Stars will be profiled in the October issue of the award-winning GCN magazine and on GCN.com. They will be honored at the 25th Annual GCN Awards Gala, Wednesday, October 24th at the Ritz-Carlton in Tyson's Corner, VA.
Now in its 25th year, the GCN Awards Gala is one of the public sector IT community’s most anticipated and prestigious events.
For more information about this year’s winners and the honorable mentions category, please visit: http://gcn.com/awards2012
For more information on attending or sponsoring the gala, please visit: http://gcn.com/gala
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