EPA workers receive honors for IT success

EPA workers receive honors for IT success

The Environmental Protection Agency and GCN honored 13 EPA employees for excellence in systems development, management and implementation. The employees received their awards at a recent GCN Forum luncheon in Washington:

Cindy Bethell, Edna Rodriguez and Nathan Wilkes, team members on the Ambiente Web site project, for creating a Spanish-language site that provides information about air and water quality and toxic-release data.

Marian Cody, program analyst in the Data Standards Branch of the Office of Information Collection, for her work on helping EPA develop and use data standards.

Leo Gueriguian and Matthew Leopold, staff members in the Office of Environmental Information's Central Receiving Branch, for developing a new data standard for exchanging environmental data across systems.

Christopher C. Clark, Connie Dwyer, Jane T. Ephremides, Donald B. Garner, Kathleen R. Herrin, William L. Houck and Brenda Selden, members of the Partnership 2000 Integrated Grant Management System team, for their work on a document management system that uses Lotus Notes and the Internet to help EPA manage the more than $3 billion in grants it awards annually.

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