GCN Awards Gala
October 14, 2014
The Ritz-Carlton | Tysons Corner


On October 14, Government and Industry executives gathered to celebrate the GCN award winners for outstanding IT achievement in the Federal and State & Local technology community. It was a night dedicated to those working across government when demands for high performance, security and a clear return on investment have never been greater. Enjoy pictures from this widely attended event below.

2014 Winners

Hall of Fame

Michael Krieger

Department of the Army

Michael Krieger has led the Army toward a secure, digital, networked future. Since becoming Army deputy chief Information officer/G-6 in July 2008, he has worked tirelessly to create a strategic direction for the Army’s network and enterprise infrastructure. Read more.

 

Government IT Executive of the Year

Doug Wolfe

Central Intelligence Agency

CIA chief information officer Doug Wolfe ushers in an era of cloud computing to the intelligence community, offering powerful new tools for rapid data integration and analytics. Read more.

 

Industry IT Executive of the Year

Tony Cole

FireEye

FireEye Vice President and Global Government CTO, Tony Cole, guides agencies in next-gen cyber warfare, developing responses and approaches to a new generation of motivated hackers equipped with increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks. Read more.

 

GCN Award Winners

Commercial Cloud PAO under DOD Security Model

Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR)

 

Electronic Protective Order System

Alamance County, N.C., MIS /Administrative Office of the Courts

 

FEMA Risk MAP (Mapping, Assessment and Planning)

FEMA Risk Analysis Division

 

Integrated Enterprise Portal Program

Internal Revenue Service

 

iRideNYC

New York City Department of Transportation, IT & Telecom

 

KC-10 Load Management System

USAF Air Mobility Command

 

Kynect: Kentucky’s Healthcare Connection

Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services

 

Mobile Testing & Security for Military Field Operations

NIST Computer Security & Intelligent Systems divisions

 

Navy Yard Headquarters Relocation

Naval Sea Systems Command

 

Strategic Offender Management System

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

 

Honorable Mentions

Children’s Services Data Integration and Analysis

Virginia Office of Comprehensive Services

 

Enterprise Management Decision Support

Department of the Army

 

Medicaid Eligibility System

Florida Department of Children and Families

 

National Intrepid Center of Excellence Continuity Management Tool

Defense Health Agency

 

One USDA

U.S. Department of Agriculture

 

Ongoing Authorization Implementation

Department of Homeland Security Information Security Office

 

Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced Upgrade

Army Communications-Electronics Command Software Engineering Center

 

Cargo Export Systems

DHS / Customs and Border Protection

 

Transforming to a Cloud-Based Shared Services IT Organization

California Natural Resources Agency

 

Washington Healthplanfinder

Washington State Health Benefit Exchange

 

For more information about this year’s winners and the honorable mentions category, please visit:
http://gcn.com/awards2014

 

 

Rising Stars

Murtaza Ahmed

Lockheed Martin

 

Rebecca S. Ayers

Office of Personnel Management

 

Kelli Bell

NAVSEA, NSW, Department of the Navy

 

Brent Bensten

Carpathia

 

Matthew Berninger

US-CERT, Department of Homeland Security

 

Damon Bragg

Department of Homeland Security

 

Cristen Cole

Federal Systems Integration and Management Center, General Services Administration

 

Shawn Garrow

Department of the Navy

 

Michael Gross

Office of Inspector General, U.S. Postal Service

 

Isaiah Joo

Office of eDiplomacy, Department of State

 

Emily "Millie" Maksymiuk

GovSmart Inc.

 

Nina Malakouti

General Services Administration

 

Christina Manol

PEO EIS, Department of the Army

 

Tanusree McCabe

Blackstone Technology Group

 

Farrell O'Neill

RIVA Solutions, Inc.

 

Jon Quandt

Government Printing Office

 

Kent Reynolds

TCG

 

Benjamin Rhodeside

Office of Congressman Gerald E. Connolly (VA-11)

 

Larissa Riviezzo

PEO EIS, Department of the Army

 

Megan Schmith

Office of the Chief Information Officer, General Services Administration

 

Zach Scott

Environmental Protection Agency

 

Ngoc Vu

Securities and Exchange Commission

 

Shawn Wells

Red Hat

 

Peter Wilson

ICF International

 

For more information about this year’s Rising Stars, please visit:
http://fcw.com/risingstars