Industry Advisory Council Presents Award to Industry Individual for 2006 Contributions
McLean, VA - October 31, 2006 - The Industry Advisory Council (IAC) has named fSONA Systems’ Carey Bandler as “2006 Rookie of the Year” for his contributions in support of ACT/IAC’s continuing mission of bringing industry and government professionals together to share information and support professional development through a number of support and outreach activities. The award was presented by IAC Chair Bill Piatt at a ceremony on the opening night of the 2006 Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) in Williamsburg, Va.
“We’re proud of Carey’s accomplishments and appreciate the recognition by the Industry Advisory Council,” said Sunny Taylor, fSONA Systems president and chief executive officer. “Carey exemplifies the high caliber of professionals that constitute fSONA’s workforce.”
The American Council for Technology (ACT) is a non-profit educational organization established in 1979 to assist government in acquiring and using information technology resources effectively and efficiently. Working with all levels of government, ACT provides education, programming, and networking opportunities that enhance and advance the government IT profession. In 1989 ACT established the Industry Advisory Council (IAC) to bring industry and government executives together to exchange information, support professional development, improve communications, and build partnership and trust, thereby enhancing government’s ability to serve the nation. ACT and IAC work together to provide an objective, professional and ethical forum where government and industry leaders can collaborate on addressing common issues towards a shared vision. For more information, visit www.actgov.org
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