Picture this | Got rocked

The government information technology
industry has more to offer than bits and
bytes. It also has more than a little bit of
musical talent.

The annual GIT Rockin' show brought
together bands playing a variety of musical
styles. The event is sponsored by 1105
Government Information Group and benefits
the United Services Organization-Metro
and its outreach centers.

The event raised more than $17,000 this year.

Pictured clockwise from the top left: The guitar
player from DISA-Peering Act shows off his musical
chops at the annual GIT Rockin' show; members of the Groove sing one of the
songs that helped them win; The Groove with
Amy Fisher, Chris Dorobek (in the back) and Dave
Deker (right) after winning the top prize at GIT
Rockin; The crowd enjoys the music.

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