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The Industry Advisory Council and the American Council for Technology presented their Excellence.Gov award winners Feb. 8 at the Willard Hotel in Washington.

David Wennergren, Navy CIO, was a featured speaker.

The IRS Government Team was among the winners.

The DOD E-mail team of (from left) Capt. Lateef Hynson, Pamela deGuia and Sandra Ross won a Government Excellence Award.

Bob Woods of Topside Consulting Group (far left) and (far right) Navy CIO David Wennergren present a Government Excellence Award to the Navy Standard Integrated Team of (from left) Rick Riney, Tony Barnes and Commander Susan Eaton.

Photos by Rick SteelePostNewsweek Tech Media and Newsweek magazine hosted a reception Feb. 16 at the U.S. Capitol to honor the Senate subcommittee on terrorism, technology and homeland security and the House subcommittee on cybersecurity, science and research and development.

Shelly Jennings (left) and Rosario Diaz, both of CAO

Pete Spewak of Advanced Technical Systems (left) and Tom Trezza of PostNewsweek

From left: Roger Baker of General Dynamics, Tom Temin and Wyatt Kash, both of PostNewsweek

From left: Lisa Hanna of Rep. Eddie Johnson's office, Sage Newman and Edward Salkovich, both of Rand Corp.

Photos by Rick SteeleSeveral Northrop Grumman Corp. employees at the company's Electronic Systems sector in Linthicum, Md., were presented Feb. 17 with Black Engineer of the Year honors.

Dennis Archer (left), former Detroit mayor and Michigan Supreme Court Justice, presents Gregory Dudley of Northrop Grumman with the National Society of Black Engineers award for community service.

Patricia Newby of Xeton Inc. won the National Women of Color Technology President's Award for career achievement from Career Communications Group.

Ronnie Starling of Northrop Grumman won an award in the special recognition category.

Northrop Grumman's Chineta Davis (right) received an award for Career Achievement in Industry. At left is Suzanne Jenniches, also of Northrop.

Northrop Grumman's John Chino (right) congratulates Carl Alleyne, a winner in the special recognition category.

Photos couresty of Northrop GrummanWashington Network Group and the International Gateway March 2 co-sponsored a briefing and and networking reception, "Meet the International Counselors: Sweden," at the Ronald
Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington.

Geoff Merrill of the Volvo Group (left) and Lisa Svenson of the Swedish Embassy

Bill Stokes of Endeavor Connect (left) and Alan Schlaifer of Wharton School of Business

Chris Leahy of the U.S. House of Representatives (left) and Jorgen Halldiln of the Swedish Embassy

Photos by Rick Steele

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