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GCN announces first category finalists for 2016 Dig IT Awards

GCN has selected the finalists for the first category of the 2016 GCN dig IT Awards showcasing transformative technology in the government IT space.

The six finalists for the Big Data, Analytics and Visualization category are:

Auction Optimization Model

Federal Communications Commission

Homeland Security Information Network Exchange

Homeland Security Department

National Accuracy Clearinghouse

Mississippi Department of Human Services

Georgia Department of Human Services

Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services

Alabama Department of Human Resources

Florida Department of Children and Families

U.S. Department of Agriculture

NIST Ballistics Toolmark Research Database

National Institute of Standards and Technology

National Institute of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Patient Movement Item Asset Tracking Project

Air Mobility Command, U.S. Air Force

Real-Time Automated Parole Data Replication

New Jersey State Parole Board

New Jersey State Police

Federal Bureau of Investigation

The GCN dig IT Awards are the new, revamped GCN awards, which have for the last 28 years showcased general excellence in government IT. Now, the awards focus on transformative tech that is reinventing the government.

The award winners will be celebrated during the annual GCN Awards Gala on Oct. 13, 2016.

For more information about the finalists, click here.

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