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32 GCN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2016 • GCN.COM When it comes to technology innovation, the public sector doesn’t get the credit it deserves. We have the government to thank for GPS, the internet and unmanned aerial systems. When it comes to cybersecurity, advanced analytics and robotics, the contractors that are partnering with agencies — not to mention government-funded research — are on the cutting edge. And agencies at all levels are showing remarkable creativity in how they use new and old IT alike to deliver on their critical missions. So let’s give credit where credit is due. GCN’s Dig IT Awards are all about shining the spotlight on those examples of discovery and innovation. In the finalist profiles that follow, you’ll find 36 examples of just how cool government IT can be. Discovery and innovation in government IT PHOTOS BY SENIOR MASTER SGT. ELIZABETH GIL & NATIONALGUARD.MIL / GOV2GO / WIKIMEDIA.ORG / LOS ANGELES INTEGRATED SECURITY OPERATIONS CENTER / COMMERCE.GOV / MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 1116gcn_032-055.indd 32 10/6/16 12:34 PM
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