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2008 Award Recipients
BUSINESS & RELATED SERVICES
Deaf Link, Inc.
for Video-based sign language interpretation
Nominated by Tandberg
EDUCATION & ACADEMIA
Arizona Telemedicine Program
for T-Health Institute
Nominated by Tandberg
ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY & AGRICULTURE
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Maritime Research (AWI) & Center for Marine Environmental Sciences
for Worldwide Geo-Scientific Research Data Sharing System: PANGAEA
Nominated by Sybase
 
FINANCE, INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE
State Street Corporation, Global Infrastructure Services
for Zero Footprint, Maximum Impact
Nominated by CA
GOVERNMENT
Department of Homeland Security, Customs and Border Protection
for Customs Modernization
Nominated by IBM
HEALTHCARE
EMRI
for Emergency Response System in India
Nominated by Satyam
MANUFACTURING
Embraer
for In-Flight Test Engineering Database
Nominated by Sybase
MEDIA, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
for Interactive Distance Learning with Cleveland Metroparks Zoo
Nominated by Cisco
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Byrraju Foundation
for TeleMedicine Intervention
Nominated by Satyam
TRANSPORTATION
BNSF Railway Company
for Locomotive Engineer Fuel MVP Program
Nominated by Teradata
 

THE 21ST CENTURY ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

In April of 2007, thirty three CIO-level distinguished judges on ten panels one panel for each of 10 industry categories completed their review of the case studies submitted by the Computerworld Honors Program's Laureates for the Class of 2007. Based on this review, they named 50 Finalists as guests of honor at ceremonies at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, DC, on June 4, 2007. At these ceremonies, the Computerworld Honors Program is proud to announce that following 10 Finalists are recipients of the program's top honor to organizations: The Computerworld Honors Program's 21st Century Achievement Award.