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GCN : October 2014
16 GCN OCTOBER 2014 • GCN.COM The 2014 GCN Awards showcase outstanding projects of the public sector IT community to build IT applications and systems designed to make government agencies more innovative, more productive and more responsive to the needs of the American public. The projects represent some of the best examples of the technical finesse and ingenuity of federal, state and local agency IT teams in meeting that mission, from the work of the military and intelligence communities to pare costs and boost performance by moving systems to the cloud to apps from New York City transportation planners to help visitors easily navigate the city’s transit system. Altogether the projects show how public sector IT teams have responded to the demands of the times by being innovative and collaborative and making the most out of the tools available to them. JUDGES Kshemendra Paul Program Manager, Information Sharing Environment Terr y Halvorsen Acting CIO, Department of Defense Renee Wynn CIO, Environmental Protection Agency Venkatapathi (PV) Puvvada Acting President, Unisys Federal Systems Karen Jackson Secretary of Technology, Commonwealth of Virginia Mike Krieger Deputy CIO/G-6, Department of the Army Dan Chenok Executive Director, IBM Center for the Business of Government Adel Ebeid Chief Innovation Officer, City of Philadelphia In pursuit of public sector IT excellence
November and December 2014