GCN Awards call for nominations

Government Computer News is calling for nominations for the 2007 GCN Awards. These awards, now in their 20th year, are conferred on federal, state and local government organizations demonstrating a record of excellence and innovation in applying information technology.

Winners will be profiled in the Oct. 8 issue of GCN and honored at the GCN Awards Gala Oct. 24 at the Hilton Washington in Washington.

Winning government organizations will be selected based on one or more of the following criteria.

The unit's work:
  • Advances the goal of using information technology to provide substantial improvement in government-to-citizen, government-to-business or government-to-government services.
  • Significantly improves the efficiency or effectiveness of a department, agency, bureau or military equivalent in delivering its mission.
  • Solves a significant or longstanding problem in a measurable, innovative and sustained way.

The deadline for nominations is July 16.

Download the nomination form and instructions in PDF format.


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