Douglas presented with executive leadership award
Judy Douglas ’77 BA (AmSt)/’81 MPA was given
the Industry Executive Leadership Award by the American Council for
Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC).
Douglas received this award in recognition for
contributions to ACT-IAC, her mentorship, and her work strengthening
government-industry relations. This is the highest honor given by the
organization to industry executives and is awarded to an individual who has
been a substantial contributor to both ACT-IAC and the federal community.
ACT-IAC, headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, was founded in 1979 to improve
government through effectively and innovatively applying technology and hosting
a forum where government and industry executives can collaborate and learn from
Douglas, who currently chairs ACT-IAC’s
Institute for Innovation Advisory Board, has been with the organization since
December 2009. She is also a fellow with the National Academy of Public
Administration, a commissioner for the Arthur S. Flemming Awards, and a client
industry executive with Perspecta. She previously served as vice president of
leadership and performance at the Council for Excellence in Government, where
she facilitated cross-sector professional communications. Douglas was also a
director with the U.S. General Services Administration where she helped
increase information technology management in the federal sector.
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