ACT-IAC Announces 25 Finalists for 12th Annual Awards Program

Dale Luddeke, IAC Chair

The 25 finalists for the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council’s (ACT-IAC) 12th annual 2013 Awards Program have been announced. The awards luncheon will take place March 5th at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, D.C., and Department of Homeland Security Chief Information Officer (CIO) Richard Spires will deliver the keynote address.

“ACT-IAC is once again honored to provide a premiere forum for recognizing the exceptional work being done and the value being delivered through government programs,” said IAC Chair Dale Luddeke. “In each instance, the finalists have inspired us all to seek new, innovative and collaborative ways to approach the most challenging areas of mission and business needs, and to achieve ever greater levels of service and efficiency.”

The 40 plus judges were made up of senior government and industry information technology executives. 2013 winners will be invited to exhibit at the 2013 Management of Change education and training event from May 19 to May 21, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, Md.

“It is exciting to see the diversity of public sector organizations represented as finalists this year,” said ACT President Darren Ash. “This list represents impressive work by federal, state and local government employees and their industry partners to better serve citizens, support the missions of their respective organizations, and save money.”

To see who the finalists were, please go here and view the announcements page.

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