GCN's 20th anniversary celebration in pictures

From left, Mayi Canales, who recently left the Treasury Department as acting CIO; Bill Piatt, former GSA CIO; Laura Floyd of Electronic Data Systems Corp.; Alisoun Moore, CIO of Montgomery County, Md.; Sally Turner of American Management Systems Inc., and Ann Will of Science Applications International Corp.

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The FBI's deputy CIO Mark Tanner, left, chats with Bob Golas of Oracle Corp.

Henrik G. de Gyor

GCN Hall of Fame inductee Miriam F. Browning, second from right, and her husband David, get together with Army CIO Lt. Gen. Peter Cuviello and his wife, Chris.

Henrik G. de Gyor

Choir members from the Duke Ellington School for the Arts get the evening off to a harmonic start.

Henrik G. de Gyor

Highlights from Wednesday's 20th anniversary gala and awards banquet:





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