Ten SSA workers receive honors for excellence in systems development

Ten SSA workers receive honors for excellence in systems development

The Social Security Administration and GCN recently honored 10 employees for excellence in systems development management and implementation.

The SSA employees received their awards at a GCN Forum luncheon in Washington:

' Judith M. Bickerstaff, senior technology adviser in the Office of Human Resources, for her work on the Integrated Human Resources System.

' Ronald Davis and Ryan Nakielny, computer specialists, for implementing a major computer upgrade of the Office of the General Counsel.

' Bruce C. Dull, director of the Center for Technology Management, for his work to improve networking among SSA headquarters units.

' Arthur Fleming, lead computer specialist for the Intelligent Workstation LAN project, for his work on the IWS/LAN implementation.

' William Gray, associate commissioner for automation support, for developing strategies to improve customer service by using the Internet and other electronic methods.

' Marty Hansen, director of the payment and recovery policy staff, for overseeing the creation of the agency's year 2000 contingency plan.

' Li-Ming Koo, program analyst, for leading the Office of Hearings and Appeals 2000 readiness effort.

' Jeffrey Liu, director of the office automation staff, for his work on systems strategy for the Office of Hearings and Appeals.

' Jeanine Rites, chief of the Electronic Processes Branch, for leading the Paperless Processing Center Project.


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