Nominate a project for the GCN Awards


The annual GCN Awards program honors public sector IT teams whose technical ingenuity, resourcefulness and project management have had an extraordinary impact on the ability of agencies to carry out their missions.

Nominations are now open for the 2015 GCN Awards; please fill out the form below and help us ensure that the best public sector IT projects and the teams that built them are submitted for our judges' consideration.

Before you begin your response, please check here for guidelines and deadlines for submitting a GCN Award nomination, here for tips on how to write a nomination, or here for a description of the 2014 winners.

Also, please check that you have all the required information to enter your nomination before you begin. That’s because partial form submissions cannot be saved to complete later!

In answering the following three questions, please limit your responses to about 600 words or 3,500 characters for each question.

The deadline for submission is June 5.

If you have questions about this nomination process, please contact Paul McCloskey at pmccloskey@gcn.com

2015 GCN Awards

Nominate a project for the GCN Awards

Nominee:

Government Agency/Bureau:
Group/Office:
Project Name (or descriptive title):
Name of manager or contact person at agency/bureau:
Title:
City/State:
Phone:
Email:
Website:

Nominator (may be same as nominee):

Agency/Company:
Group/Office:
Title:
Nominator's Email Address:  
City/State:
Phone:
Fax:
Website:
Relationship to Nominee:

Please answer the following three questions--limit your responses to no more than 600 words per question.

A. DESCRIPTION OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS

  • Briefly describe the nature of the challenge the agency needed to address.
  • The IT solution and key steps the agency IT team (and key stakeholders) took to address the challenge.
 

B. TECHNOLOGY USED

  • Briefly detail the technologies (hardware, software and services) used to address the challenge and the rationale for selecting them.
 

C. IMPACT

  • Briefly describe the significance of the accomplishment to the agency, its employees, its constituents or the public. What specific benefits, cost-savings, improvements in service resulted from the project? How does it position the agency to be more agile, more cost effective in the future?
 

D. REFERENCES

  • Include name, title, address, telephone number and e-mail address of one or more people, other than the nominator and nominee, having direct knowledge of the agency accomplishment for GCN to contact for verification.
Name:
Title:
Agency:
City, State:
E-mail address:
Telephone Number:

Name:
Title:
Agency:
City, State:
E-mail address:
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Name:
Title:
Agency:
City, State:
E-mail address:
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