FBI honors exemplary efforts in information systems development

FBI honors exemplary efforts in information systems development

The FBI and GCN honored 19 bureau employees for excellence in systems development, management and implementation.

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

•'Charles J. Allen, a computer specialist in the Administrative Services Division, for developing a background-investigations case application that users can access via a Web browser.

•'Denise Blagmon, Robert Habrat, Brandy Hackworth, Carolyn Latham, Michael Mangold, Susan McKee, Jennifer O'Connor, Waldo Persteins, Wayne Savoy, Maureen Schutz and Kimberly Tyler, the FBI's Web site team, for maintaining the content and structure of the bureau's site.

•'John A. Boyle, a supervisory special agent in the Criminal Investigative Division, and James E. Ellis and Janice K. Penegor, supervisory special agents in the Baltimore Division, for their work to foil individuals who use the Internet for child pornography.

•'Paul D. Hulseberg and Robert Neubauer, computer scientists with the National Infrastructure Protection Center's Special Technologies and Applications Unit, for their work on an application that uses commercial software to conduct comprehensive Web and database searches.

•'Ken Sims, a computer specialist in the Administrative Services Division, for security work and the development of an employment application imaging program.

•'Eric Sorensen, a computer scientist in the Criminal Justice Information Services Division, for helping resolve technical issues for Law Enforcement Online, an FBI effort to create a communications, education and information sharing forum on the Web for officers.

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