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Nominations Open for Defense IT Flywheel Awards

The Flywheel Award nominations are open for the first annual Defense IT Summit.

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GovCIO Media & Research, a leading federal technology media company, announced this week that the Flywheel Award nominations are open for the first annual Defense IT Summit. The Flywheel Awards are part of the upcoming Defense IT Summit on February 9 at the Hilton Arlington National Landing from 8 am to 1:30 pm and will recognize key government leaders’ contributions within the defense IT space. The entry deadline is November 17 and finalists will be announced on December 1.

“The Flywheel Awards embody what it means to be a transformer in defense IT, and it is our goal to continuously recognize these leaders,” said Michael Hoffman, President of GovCIO Media & Research. “During the inaugural Defense IT Summit, the Awards will recognize the accomplishments made by federal employees and the programs that they work on that transform and innovate federal technology.”

The Defense IT Flywheel Award categories include:

  • Emerging Tech Innovator
  • Cyber Defender
  • NextGen Champion
  • Rising Star
  • Digital Transformer
  • Data Advocate

Nominees must be a federal IT employee and submission achievements must be from January 2023 to present. Entries that have won past Flywheel Awards are eligible for nomination. There will be 18 Flywheel Awards presented during the Defense IT Summit on February 9.

Nominations for the Defense IT Summit Flywheel Awards are open until November 17. Submit nominations at here.

Visit the Defense IT Summit event page to view the full event agenda, speaker lineup and register for this must-attend inaugural event. Tickets are going fast, register today.

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