CGI’s Michael Waple among Winners at Technology Awards

Michael Waple, vice president and head of financial operations and controller for CGI's U.S. and India operations, has been named one of the winners of the 15th annual Greater Washington Technology CFO awards. The award honors local chief financial officers for outstanding achievement and excellence in promoting the area's technology community.

Waple won in the category of Group/Division CFO of the Year. His part in the billion-dollar acquisition of the Stanley and Associates and role in helping the company turn record profits last year is what garnered him the award.

Samuel Strickland, chief financial officer and executive vice president of Booz Allen Hamilton, is also among the winners. He received an award for Public Company CFO of the Year. He played a vital role in the successful public offering of the company in November of last year, which led to The Carlyle Group's major investment in the firm.

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