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GCN : October 2015
14 GCN OCTOBER 2015 • GCN.COM In public-sector IT, the attention too often goes to the projects that went wrong — the lessons learned and what could be done differently. Yet there’s every bit as much to be learned from the projects that went right and from the teams that made it happen. And the 2015 GCN Awards are proof positive that great things are being accomplished at all levels of government IT. Whether it’s streamlined citizen service in Philadelphia or the largest enterprise resource planning deployment in U.S . Army history, the teams and leaders featured in the pages that follow show just how much creativity, perseverance and technical prowess are being put to the task of making government work better. It’s been a privilege to learn more about this year ’s winners and to share their work with the broader IT community. We hope you enjoy learning from their successes as well. GCN Award Judges The independent panel of judges that select each year ’s GCN Award winners have spent decades improving public- sector IT themselves and devoted countless hours to the consideration of this year ’s nominees. These awards would not happen without them, and GCN is grateful for their time and expertise. TEAMWORK, CHANGE AGENTS AND David Bray CIO, Federal Communications Commission Deborah Diaz CTO, NASA Karen Evans National Director, U.S . Cyber Challenge Lt. Gen. Robert Ferrell CIO, U.S . Army David Garcia Secretary of Information Technology, State of Maryland Terry Halvorsen CIO, Defense Department Alan Shark Executive Director and CEO, Public Technology Institute Renee Wynn CIO, NASA THE BEST IN PUBLIC SECTOR IT ZAIDHAMID 1015gcn_014-019.indd 14 10/5/15 11:47 AM
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