Top 20 Excellence.Gov Award Winners announced

Excellence.Gov Awards

After much debate, the 20 Excellence.Gov Award winners were announced last week. The awards are run by the Industry Advisory Council’s Collaboration and Transformation SIG (formerly called the e‑Gov SIG). The 20 winners are listed below, and the top 5 will be announced at a lunch honoring the awardees, to be held on February 15, 2006, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC. Go to the IAC web site if you’d like to register for that event.

  1. Bidirectional Health Information Exchange (Departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs)
  2. Defense Cross-Credentialing Identification System (Department of Defense)
  3. Department of State Interagency Data Exchange Application (Department of State)
  4. Disaster Management e‑Government Initiative (Department of Homeland Security)
  5. Enterprise Human Resources Integration (Office of Personnel Management)
  6. Extra Help with Medicare Prescription Drug Costs and Premium Collection Project (Social Security Administration)
  7. Federal eGovernment eRulemaking Initiative (Environmental Protection Agency)
  8. Federal Highway Administration Transportation Knowledge Sharing Initiative (Federal Highway Administration)
  9. Geospatial One Stop e‑Government Initiative (Department of the Interior)
  10. Homeland Security Information Network (Department of Homeland Security)
  11. Joint Medical Asset Repository (Department of the Army)
  12. Law Enforcement Information Exchange (Department of the Navy)
  13. Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care (Department of the Army)
  14. National Data Warehouse (Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
  15. National Sex Offender Public Registry (Department of Justice)
  16. National Virtual Pointer System (Drug Enforcement Administration)
  17. Net-Centric Diplomacy (Department of State)
  18. Radio Frequency In-Transit Visibility (Department of the Army)
  19. Regional Data Exchange System (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
  20. Standard Procurement System (Department of Defense)

I’m honored to be a judge this year and will be the chair of the awards for 2007, which should be a lot of fun to experience! If you or your colleagues would like to participate, suggest themes for next year’s awards, or simply learn more about IAC, get in touch!

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