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Four people and 10 government agencies took honors at the annual Government Computer News Awards gala Oct. 27 at the Washington Hilton and Towers.




Civilian Executive of the Year Kimberly Nelson of EPA (left); Mark Spitz; Kelsy Cadden and MacKenzie Cadden, Nelson's daughters.




Tom Trezza of Government Computer News with Linda Gooden of Lockheed Martin Information Technology.




Stephen Perry of GSA (left), Sondra Perry, David Combs of Agriculture, Linda Combs of Transportation and Steve Cooper of Homeland Security




Defense Executive of the Year Dawn Meyerriecks




Wyatt Kash and Vanessa Roberts of Government Computer News (center) with Karen Evans of OMB.





Images by J. Adam Fenster

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