Who had 2012's 10 best government projects?
- By Mark Hoover
- Aug 20, 2012
Ten federal information technology projects have won IT achievement awards from Washington Technology’s sister publication, GCN.
Ranging from masterfully executed enterprise turnarounds to projects reflecting the need for shared services, these ten projects “found ways to meet their objectives and succeed in a difficult financial environment,” said Kshemendra Paul, one of the six judges for the current year’s awards.
The 10 winning projects and their organizations are as follow:
- Texas Permitting and Routing Optimizing System, Texas Department of Motor Vehicles.
- Supertracker, USDA Food Nutrition and Consumer Services
- Arlington National Cemetery Explorer, Arlington National Cemetery
- Multi-Domain Dissemination System, Defense Intelligence Agency
- Global Logistics Modernization with Federated Private Cloud, U.S. Marine Corps
- Department of Defense Enterprise E-mail, Defense Information Systems Agency
- Pension System Resumption Recovery Project, California Public Employees’ Retirement System
- National Broadband Map, Federal Communications Commission/National Telecommunication and Information Administration
- Virtual Remote Interpreting Initiative, Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida
- DHS Common Operating Picture, U.S. Homeland Security Department
Details of these 10 projects can be found at GCN.com.
GCN also listed 10 honorable mentions:
- Austin Finance Online, City of Austin
- BEP Enterprise Project, BEP Enterprise Project
- SD Fusion, San Diego Sheriff’s Department
- JaxReady Mobile Application, City of Jacksonville
- Project Management Accountability System, Veterans Affairs Department
- Land Use Big Data Initiative, Fairfax County
- Interactive Zoning Information System, District of Columbia Office of Zoning
- Mississippi Asset Management Website, Mississippi Development Authority
- Data Center Environment, Homeland Security Department
- Self-Service Entity Status Letter Project, California Franchise Tax Board
Mark Hoover is a contributing writer to Washington Technology.