2005 GCN Gala Photos

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Members of the IRS Modernized E-File and Electronic Tax Administration teams get together during a pre-dinner reception.

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The program managers for two award-winning projects talk shop: Col. Victor Eilenfield of the Defense Department Military Health System, Clinical Information Technology Program Office, and Lt. Col. Beth Rowley of the Office of the Program Manager, Joint-Automatic Identification Technology.

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Among GSA's VIPs were, from left, Claudia Bogard, John Sindelar, David Bibb and Rebecca Bibb.

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A photo gallery of winners of the 2005 GCN Awards.

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Civilian Executive of the Year Jim Williams, project manager of the Homeland Security Department's US Visit program.

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Charles Rossotti, former commissioner of the IRS, accepts his induction into the GCN Hall of Fame.

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The troupe Street Beats delivers a percussive performance.

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Defense Executive of the Year Dave Wennergren, Navy CIO.

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Industry Executive of the Year Robert Stevens, chairman, president and CEO of Lockheed Martin Corp.

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USDA's David and Linda Combs flank EPA's Kim Nelson.

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GSA administrator Stephen Perry with his wife, Sondra.

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GSA's Casey Coleman, left, with Elaine Dauphin of CSC.

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From left, Harry Butler, Teresa Sorrenti and Rich Sorrenti were with GSA's group.

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