AFEI Presents Enterprise Information Awards; Booz Allen’s Greg Wenzel Comments

award stock photoThe Association for Enterprise Information has given the 2015 Excellence in Enterprise Information Awards to the National Nuclear Security Administration, Institute for Defense Analyses and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Greg Wenzel
Greg Wenzel

The awards are for NNSA’s G2 Enterprise Information Management System, IDA’s Automated Information Triage for Rapid Decision Making project with the Defense Department and NGA’s Agency Agility Strategic Initiative, AFEI said Wednesday.

“The nominations are examples of how well the American public is being served by the superb and innovative IT programs delivered in both the public and private sectors,” said Greg Wenzel, chairman of the AFEI board of directors.

“AFEI is raising the level of awareness about the tremendous work being done by both industry and government in combining innovation and emerging technologies to solve the government’s most complex enterprise problems.”

Wenzel is also an executive vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton and head of its strategic innovation group.

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