Justice employees receive honors for systems work

Justice employees receive honors for systems work

The Justice Department and GCN honored 12 Justice employees for excellence in systems development, management and implementation.

They received their awards last month at a GCN Forum luncheon in Washington:

Philip V. Camero, retired deputy assistant administrator for the Drug Enforcement Administration's Information Systems Office, for establishing an agencywide systems infrastructure.

Karen Evans, director of the Office of Administration's IRM Division, for her work on several electronic-government initiatives.

Linda Garcia, telecommunications specialist in the Management Division, for planning network changes that let the distributed metropolitan area network grow.

Thomas E. Hopper, acting chief of the Criminal Justice Information Services Division's Advanced Technology Unit at the FBI, for developing latent fingerprint encoding software that searches multiple systems.

Priscilla Hunt, acquisition management director in the Immigration and Naturalization Service's IRM Office, for her work overseeing systems buys for INS.

Jay R. Layne, a computer specialist in the Criminal Justice Information Services Division's Information Technology Management Section at the FBI, for developing subsystems that support the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).

William McElhaney, chief of the Office Systems Section in INS' IRM Office, for redesigning the INS Web site, at www.ins.usdoj.gov.

Eileen Menton, a senior information systems specialist in the Tax Division, for developing a new legal case management system for the division.

Kevin D. Poe, a computer specialist in the Criminal Justice Information Services Division's IT Management Section at the FBI, for developing application software for NICS.

Richard Tayman, a computer systems analyst in the Environment and Natural Resources Division, for designing the division's components for the Justice Consolidated Office Network II.

Bonnie Tidd, a computer systems analyst in the Environment and Natural Resources Division, for building 130 Lotus Notes databases in the past two years to support litigating sections in the division.

David Zeller, associate executive director of the Tax Division, for overseeing the division's migration to JCON II.

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