Awards honor e-biz programs that transform

Debbie Bonner, of the Defense Medical Logistics Standards Support Program's TRICARE management activity, accepted an e-Business Tranformation Award for her team from Forman.

Olivier Douliery

The CIO Advisory Board and Awards Committee honored a broad range of government programs with the 2003 SecurE-Biz Awards at a ceremony in Arlington, Va., this month.

The awards program, honoring projects that have furthered e-business transformation, is organized by the CIO Council, the Interoperability Clearinghouse of Alexandria, Va., the Industry Advisory Council and the Council for Excellence in Government.
Mark Forman, the Office of Management and Budget's administrator for e-government and IT'who also received the President's E-Business Transformation Award'handed out the awards, along with David McClure of the Council for Excellence in Government in Washington and John Weiler of ICH.

Rob Thomas, Air Force assistant deputy chief of staff for warfighting integration, was a Pioneer Award winner.

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