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2008 IRMCO Awards Presented

GSA # 10485

April 15, 2008
Contact: Jennifer Millikin (202) 501-1231
jennifer.millikin@gsa.gov

WASHINGTON – Curtis Turner, a program manager with the U.S. Department of Labor, and the Joint Strike Fighter Team of the U.S. Department of the Air Force, received the 2008 Interagency Resources Management Awards today at the 2008 IRMCO Conference in Cambridge, Maryland.

Sponsored by the U.S. General Services Administration, IRMCO is attended by executives and managers representing every federal agency, academia, state, local, and international government organizations. IRMCO is an annual forum that addresses the most important business and information technology topics and issues facing government management communities today.

Mr. Turner won the individual award for his efforts in increasing customer satisfaction, website usability, citizen outreach, and partner involvement for GovBenefits.gov, the official benefits website of the U.S. government.   The Joint Strike Fighter Team won the team award for its 24/7 Electronic Warfare Support Facility.

The IRMCO award is given annually to those who have demonstrated exceptional ability to operate across organizational boundaries to improve government services to citizens. This year’s awards were presented at the 47th annual IRMCO Conference at the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay in Cambridge, Maryland.

For further information about IRMCO, visit irmco.gov.

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Did You Know? Now in its 47th year, IRMCO continues to serve government’s senior managers and program managers, human capital, information technology, acquisition, and finance executives.