BCS unveils shortlist for IT awards

Hadfield, Will
August 2006
Computer Weekly;8/1/2006, p6
Trade Publication
This article reports that the British Computer Society (BCS) has announced the shortlist for its IT Professional Awards. The awards are organized in association with the periodical "Computer Weekly." According to BCS president Charles Hughes, the awards recognize role models for the computer industry. They also indicate the standards of excellence in a critical way. The final list includes 70 individuals and organizations. The winners will be announced in December 2006 in London, England.


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