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The IAE Deputy Assistant Commissioner Vicky Niblett Selected as Recipient of FCW Top Honor

Congratulations to the Integrated Award Environment (IAE)’s very own Vicky Niblett for being one of Federal Computer Week’s “Federal 100 Award” recipients for 2018!  Way to go Vicky!

 

The Federal 100 Award recognizes and celebrates government and industry leaders who played pivotal roles in the federal government information technology (IT) community. Winning this award is a testament to the dedication to leadership and hard work that Niblett has demonstrated this past year managing the IAE systems. As you may know, Niblett provides management and oversight of all aspects of the IAE program initiatives. Vicky's work drove the team toward the major milestones of releasing our new site (beta.SAM.gov) in alpha in fiscal year 2016 and in beta in fiscal year 2017. In that effort, Vicky challenged the team to adopt user-centered design principles, to use agile practices, and to focus on delivery. When the modernization effort is complete, the unified SAM website will become the official U.S. government website for people who make, receive, and manage all federal awards.

 

The 29th Annual Federal 100 Awards Gala will be held on March 22nd at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. to honor all of this year’s recipients. Vicky’s profile will be featured on fcw.com and will appear in the March/April print and digital issue of the FCW newsletter. For more information and a complete list of this year’s recipients, go to https://fcw.com/fed100.    

 

Stay tuned for an update about the 29th Annual Federal Awards Gala next month! For questions, contact us at IAEOutreach@gsa.gov.

 
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