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PostNewsweek's Annual Awards Dinner and the 20th anniversary of Government Computer News, sister publication to Washington Technology, was held at the Washington Hilton and Towers Oct. 30.
Washington Technology was among the sponsors of the FedFocus 2003 Conference, hosted by Input Inc. at the Sheraton Reston, Va., Hotel Oct. 23.
Industry Executive honoree Milt Cooper, former president of Computer Sciences Corp. with Jack Pellicci of Oracle
Peter Scalone and Ross Pickus of Computer Associates Federal Systems Group, honored as a top federal contractor
GCN and Washington Technology Executive Editor Tom Temin with GCN Hall of Fame inductee Miriam Browning, formerly of the Army CIO office
Roger Baker of CACI International Inc. and White House e-gov czar Mark Forman
Leaders from AT&T Corp. and Verizon were among those recognized at the Women and Diversity Leadership Summit and Gala, hosted by the Business Women's Network and Diversity Best Practices, at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington Oct. 24.
Norm Engler of the Office of Personnal Management and Washington Technology Editor Steve LeSueur
Ron Ross of NIST; Brian Haney of INPUT and Bruce Brody of Veterans Affairs
Doug Miller and Mary Hough of American Management Systems Inc.
Sharon Larkin and Michelle Thomas of Abbott Laboratories
Theodore Roosevelt Malloch of The Roosevelt Group and Joseph Watson of StrategicHire.com