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2005 Computerworld Honors

Leadership Award Recipients



Matthew J. Szulik
Chairman, CEO & President
Red Hat

Ralph Szygenda
Group Vice President & CIO
General Motors

21st Century Achievement Award Recipients
BUSINESS & RELATED SERVICES
Acxiom Corporation
for Customer Information Infrastructure
Nominated by EMC
EDUCATION & ACADEMIA
Australian Government,
Department of Defence
for Learning Management System
Nominated by EMC
ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY & AGRICULTURE
Broward County Environmental
Protection Department, Florida
for Creation of a New Mobile
Inspection and Monitoring System
Nominated by Sybase
FINANCE, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
Sprint
for Industry Solutions
Nominated by Sybase
GOVERNMENT & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Aidmatrix
for Global Relief Network
Nominated by Accenture
MANUFACTURING
Cambium Forstbetriebe
for Log Tracking System
Nominated by Progress Software
MEDIA, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Turner Broadcasting
System, Inc.
for Optimizing Digital Media
Nominated by EMC
MEDICINE
Northern Lights Health Region
for Health Care 'Anytime, Anywhere'
Nominated by Cisco Systems
SCIENCE
European Southern Observatory
for Data Flow System of the
European Southern Observatory
Nominated by Sybase
TRANSPORTATION
OnStar
for Advanced Automatic Crash Notification (AACN)
Nominated by Verizon

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