7th Annual Government Solutions Center Pioneer Awards
Presented at the Web-Enabled Government Conference & Exhibition
Conference: June 1–2, 2005 • FREE Exhibition including Award Winners’ Display: June 2, 2005
Awards Banquet: June 2, 2005
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington, DC
The submission deadline is 5:00PM Eastern on Thursday, February 17
Q. What are the E-Gov Institute’s Government Solutions Center Pioneer Awards?
A. For the past seven years, the Government Solutions Center (GSC) awards program has recognized public sector organizations for their efforts to deliver results-oriented government services during the prior year.
In 2005, fifteen winners will be recognized at an awards banquet and will showcase their winning programs at the 5th Annual 2005 Web-Enabled Government Exhibition, which will focus on Transforming the Business of Government.
This year’s Awards Program will feature success stories that show how agencies are meeting “Proud to Be Goals”, making progress on the objectives outlined in the President’s Management Agenda, measuring performance results, and taking steps to streamline information-sharing across enterprises.
The government programs selected for this popular venue actively participate in the Web-Enabled Government Exhibition by presenting how they have improved government operations with innovative application of technology and strategy to streamline processes. Nominations are encouraged from all levels of government, including U.S. federal, state, and local government organizations, as well as successful programs from outside the United States.
In addition, the 2nd Annual Government Choice Award will be selected by attendees visiting the Web-Enabled Government Exhibition who will vote for the best Government Solutions Center Award winner. The Government Choice winner will be announced during the Awards Banquet.
And announcing the first annual Successful Public/Private Sector Partnership Award. This new award will recognize a government agency and its industry or association partner(s) that have worked together to successfully complete a program within specifications defined by the partners.
Q. What are the Selection Criteria?
A. Each candidate program must provide a completed nomination form for consideration by the GSC Selection Committee.
Advice to all government contractors, encourage your best customer to apply.