2004 Gala in Photos


More than 1,000 feds and vendors gather to honor their own at the annual GCN Gala last night at the Washington Hilton.
EPA CIO Kim Nelson, civilian executive of the year, with her daughters, meets one of her early heroes, Olympian Mark Spitz.
Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz tells gala attendees that success in sports or business requires asking a simple question: "Why not?"
Former DISA CTO Dawn Meyerriecks accepts the Defense Executive of the Year Award.
Symantec CEO John Thompson receives his Industry Executive of the Year Award from Hughes Network Systems' Mike Cook.
Archivist John Carlin, who was inducted into the GCN Hall of Fame, says NARA's planned e-records archiving system will benefit the government, industry and the public.


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