ACT-IAC Announces Award Winners

The American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council held its awards last week, AOL Government reports.

Thirty finalists vied for 6 awards that recognize government programs and projects that utilize information technology to improve federal services, enhance operations, and promote an open and transparent government.

Senior government and IT executives screened more than 100 nominations for this year’s awards, according to AOL.

The six winners are invited to demonstrate their projects at the 2012 Management of Change Conference from June 3 to 5 2012 in Cambridge, Md.

The State Department was the overall winner and top choice in the enterprise efficiencies category for its integrated logistics management system.

The Department of Homeland Security’s office of the chief information officer won the customer experience award for its E-Verifty self check system.

The District of Columbia won the intergovernmental collaboration award for its criminal justice coordinating council case initiation project.

The Defense Manpower Data Center won the workforce excellence award for the milConnect web application.

Utah’s Department of Technology Services won the social media innovation excellence award for the state’s social media portal

San Francisco’s Municipal Transportation Agency won the mobility innovation excellence award for its SFpark project.

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