2006 GCN Gala Photos

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Hall of Fame inductee Mark Forman described 10 lessons he learned and two tips he offered for solving government problems.

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Brig. Gen. Susan Lawrence, Defense Executive of the Year, received a standing ovation when she appeared on screen from Qatar.

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IT leaders from government and industry filled the ballroom at the Washington Hilton.

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Bruce James, Civilian Executive of the Year, shares the credit for modernizing the Government Printing Office with other leaders and employees at GPO.

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A member of the Doc Scantlin Orchestra opens the dinner with "The Star-Spangled Banner."

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PostNewsweek Tech Media editor-in-chief Tom Temin welcomes the more than 1,000 attendees.

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The military color guard presents the flags for the National Anthem.

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Feds and industry representatives mingle during the pre-dinner reception.

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Kristy Niro, daughter of the late Arthur Cebrowski, Hall of Fame inductee, delivers a heartleft eulogy.

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The Doc Scantlin Orchestra gets the evening going with some Big Band tunes.

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David Drabkin and Josh Sawislak of GSA talk shop during the reception.

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Stephen Rohleder, COO of Accenture, accepts his award as Industry Executive of the Year.

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Tom Temin holds up one of the government's first HSPD-12 cards. Agencies' deadline for being able to produce the cards is Friday, two days after the awards.

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