Computerworld, along with sponsor Marconi, is seeking nominations for the 2001 IT&T Fellows Awards.
The awards will go to IT&T professionals who have excelled in their enterprise information technology projects.
Recipients will have demonstrated the vision, leadership, management talent and tenacity needed to guide their organisations to achieving business-critical technology goals.
The impressive roll-call of past winners include:
* Wayne Slater was made a Fellow for a project while working at the Australian Nature Conservation Agency. He led a team that developed ERIN, the Environmental Resources Information Network, which has helped to provide a better knowledge of, and control over, Australia's ecology;* Graham Greenleaf. As associate professor of law at the University of NSW he was recognised for his contributions to the field of information law and for the creation of the Australian Legal Information Institute;* Bill Gort. As the financial adviser to the Kowanyama Aboriginal Council, Gort was named a Fellow for his work in implementing computer technology to benefit this Aboriginal community on the west coast of Cape York;Nominations describing career achievements (or enquiries) to David Beynon on (02) 9901 0701 or email@example.com