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2006 Award Recipients

BUSINESS & RELATED SERVICES
BellSouth Corporation
for BellSouth Amber Alert Field Notification
Nominated by Capgemini
EDUCATION & ACADEMIA
Columbia University School of Nursing
for Nurse Practitioner PDAs
Nominated by Sybase
ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY & AGRICULTURE
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
for USGBC Boosts Green Building with LEED Online Certification Process
Nominated by Adobe Systems
FINANCE, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
Chicago Stock Exchange
for Grid Project
Nominated by Oracle
GOVERNMENT & NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
New York City Police Department
for Crime Data Warehouse
Nominated by IBM
MANUFACTURING
Ethicon Endo-Surgery, Inc.
for Enterprise Data Warehouse
Nominated by Deloitte
MEDIA, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
NZZ Neue Zürcher Zeitung AG
for Archive 1780
Nominated by EMC
MEDICINE
Duke University Health System
for ORview Perioperative System
Nominated by IBM
SCIENCE
National Cancer Institute (NCI)
for Cancer Biomedical Informatics Grid, or caBIG™
Nominated by Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
TRANSPORTATION
Zipcar
for Car Sharing
Nominated by Cingular Wireless

2006 21st Century Achievement Awards

In April of 2006, thirty three CIO-level distinguished judges on ten panels—one panel for each of 10 industry categories—completed their review of the case studies submitted by the Computerworld Honors Program's Laureates for the Class of 2006. Based on this review, they named these 50 Finalists as guests of honor at ceremonies at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC, on June 5, 2006.

Also at these ceremonies, the Computerworld Honors Program announced Finalists who were recipients of the program's top honor to organizations: The Computerworld Honors Program's 21st Century Achievement Award.


Photos of the 2006 Event