The 2022 FedScoop 50 Awards nominations are now open! Nominate and recognize your candidate for their achievements and contributions to the government IT community.
Each year, the FedScoop 50 Awards honor the best and the brightest who make the federal government more efficient and effective. These awards allow us to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our peers and acknowledge their tireless efforts to make a positive impact in the government community and in public service.
Individuals: Accomplishments should have occurred between September 2021-present
Programs: Nominated programs must be current government programs
Nominations Close: Friday, August 5, 2022
Voting Opens: Monday, August 15, 2022
Voting Closes: Friday, September 30, 2022
Winners Announced: Tuesday, November 1, 2022
The most prestigious FedScoop 50 category, the Golden Gov award recognizes visionary leaders who are not only using technology to improve government services and operations, but also driving transformative change and inspiring others to deliver lasting impacts for their agency, the federal IT community and the American public.FEDERAL LEADERSHIP
The Federal Leadership award recognizes the tireless federal officials at the heart of government’s most successful IT initiatives. These leaders implement new strategies, technologies and programs to help lower the cost of government while making it more innovative and agile.INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP
The Industry Leadership award recognizes private sector executives who are valued partners to the federal IT community and lead large teams that help agencies transform government with technology to achieve their mission.MOST INSPIRING UP & COMER
The Most Inspiring Up and Comer award recognizes federal trailblazers early in their careers who are on track to be leaders of tomorrow in the federal IT community.INNOVATION OF THE YEAR
The Innovation of the Year award spotlights initiatives in the federal government that in that past year have driven transformational change for agencies, the federal IT community and the greater American public.