Agency Awards Highlight Commitment to Open Government

David McClure receives award from Casey Coleman

GSA's David L. McClure, associate administrator for the Office of Citizen Services and Information Technology, receives the Executive Leadership in Information Resources Management-Civilian Government Executive Award from AFFIRM President Casey Coleman, who is also GSA's chief information officer.

June 17, 2010

The role GSA plays in leading several federal open government initiatives was spotlighted on June 17, as two of the agency’s senior leaders received awards from the Association for Federal Information Resource Management.

The awards to David L. McClure and Mary Davie represent GSA’s commitment to a transparent, participatory, and open government. GSA is working hand-in-hand with the Obama administration to bring the principles of open government to customers, stakeholders, and the American public. 

The Association for Federal Information Resources Management’s Leadership Awards are presented to individuals who have made significant leadership contributions to activities that have significance beyond their agency or organization, and provide efficiencies and effectiveness in an outstanding manner. 

McClure received the award for outstanding executive leadership in governmentwide information resources management. Davie received the award for excellence in government information services for acquisition and procurement improvement and effectiveness.

AFFIRM is a nonprofit, volunteer, educational organization whose overall purpose is to improve the management of information, and related systems and resources, within the federal government.


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