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Nothing speaks more to's contributions and impact than the public acknowledgment of its accomplishments from organizations across the grant community, from associations and technology peers to the Federal government. Recent honors and awards include:

Government Computer News Agency Awards
Awarded: September 8, 2004
Government Computer News (GCN) honors ten government agencies each year for innovative information technology (IT) accomplishments. The awards are conferred on government organizations with a demonstrated record of excellence in applying IT to further the aims of electronic government, improve the efficiency or effectiveness of a department, agency or bureau, in delivering its mission or solves a significant or long-standing problem in a measurable and sustained way.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has won a 2004 Government Computer News Agency Award for the program. Chosen out of field of 116 entries, HHS is one of the ten government agencies honored for its innovative IT accomplishments in streamlining the Federal grants management process of finding and applying for grants through one unified cross-agency website. As a trend-setting government IT project, was selected for demonstrating a record of excellence in furthering the aim of electronic government by providing substantial improvement in government-to-citizen, government-to-business, or government-to-government transactions, services, or processes.

Department of Health and Human Services - Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service
Awarded: July 14, 2004
Each spring, officials from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recognize the hard work and excellence through the annual Department of Health and Human Services Honor Awards. The Program Management Office received the 2004 Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service from Secretary Tommy Thompson for achieving consensus among the 26 Federal grant-making agencies and creating a unified web storefront to find and apply for Federal grants.

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NGMA Grant Community Recognition
Awarded: April 28, 2004

The mission of the National Grants Management Association (NGMA) Awards Committee is to identify and recognize the accomplishments of individuals and groups of individuals who have made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge, professionalism, policies, or operations in the Federal grants administration. This year, the NGMA added a new award category, Electronic Solutions, to honor an organization, which has made a substantial contribution to the automated system(s) of one or more Federal agencies or Non-Federal organization(s) which has had a significant and demonstrated beneficial impact on the operations and/or performance of the organization.

The NGMA presented its first annual Electronic Solutions award to in April, noting that the site offers inspiration by developing a simple, unified electronic storefront for interactions between grant applicants and Federal agencies that manage grant funds.

FOSE Showcase of Excellence Award
Awarded: March 24, 2004

Each year the Federal Leadership Council's Showcase of Excellence (FOSE) presents a showcase of Federal government IT projects representing the finest implementations of citizen-centric electronic government. From the IT programs nominated to the CFO Council, Federal Acquisition Council and the Chief Human Capital Officers Council for consideration, ten are selected to demonstrate their program in the CIO Council Showcase of Excellence booth. Two are then chosen by the Federal Leadership Council Executive Committee to receive that year's Showcase of Excellence Award. was named as one of two Showcase of Excellence E-Government winners by FOSE. The site was highlighted at their annual conference in March as an example of the finest implementations of citizen-centric electronic government.

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