CIO 100 2023 Call for Nominations is Open

The CIO 100 Awards celebrates 100 organizations and the teams within them that are using IT in innovative ways to deliver business value, whether by creating competitive advantage, optimizing business processes, enabling growth or improving relationships with customers. It is an acknowledged mark of enterprise excellence. Because the award is given to companies rather than individuals, it’s an honor that everyone on your staff can take pride in. #CIO100

Submit a CIO 100 Award Nomination

Project teams eligible for the CIO 100 Awards must be primarily based in the US or Canada, must have started no earlier than June 1, 2021, be at least in a pilot stage, and have already delivered early findings/results. Winning projects will have produced a technology or service that is internally beneficial to the organization they serve.

Applications for the CIO 100 Awards may be purchased for $50 for each nomination. You may purchase up to 10 applications at a time. Winning companies may only receive the CIO 100 Award for a single project in a given year.

Download the FAQ and sample application documents to get started or circulate information on your team:

Nominate a project for the CIO 100 Award

CIO’s Hall of Fame is a personal leadership award that celebrates outstanding achievement in information technology management. The CIO Hall of Fame honors the executives whose work has advanced the CIO role and demonstrated sustained business success for 10+ years. Along with their significant career accomplishments in the field of IT, Hall of Fame members have all demonstrated substantial business impact and technology vision within one or more organizations. #CIOHOF

Make a Hall of Fame Nomination

Hall of Fame nominations honor individuals, not companies. A technology leader may only be inducted into the Hall of Fame once in their lifetime and enjoy lifetime recognition for their career accomplishments.

Hall of Fame nominations are free to submit and are reviewed by CIO’s panel of experts, including past Hall of Fame winners.

Nominate a Hall of Fame Inductee

Akin Gump LLP
ALE international
Align Technology
Ally Financial
American Red Cross
Asian Development Bank
Atlantic Health System
Avery Dennison Corporation
Avnet Inc.
Banco do Brasil
Bureau of Information Resource Management – Department of State
California Department of Public Health
Carrier Global Corporation
City National Bank of Florida
City of Santa Monica
CommonSpirit Health
CSC ServiceWorks
Dangote Group
DBS Bank
Devry University
Digital Divide Data
Dow Inc.
Eastman Chemicals
Eli Lilly and Company
FedEx Services
Feeding America
General Motors
Ginnie Mae
Global Payments
HARMAN International
Hastings Mutual Insurance Company
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
IDB Invest
Inspire Brands
Intel Corporation
IntuneHealth – A ChenMed Company
Jackson Health System
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
John Wiley & Sons
Johnson & Johnson
King County, WA
Lexmark International

Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services
Magellan Midstream Partners, L.P
Marshfield Clinic Health System
Maryland Health Benefit Exchange
Mattel Inc.
Menora Mivtachim
Miami University
National Museum of African American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution
New York State Courts
Novant Health
Oshkosh Corporation
Otis Elevator Co.
Owens Corning
OYO Hotels and Homes Private Limited
Penn Medicine
Reconomy Group
Rockwell Automation
Ruffalo Noel Levitz LLC
Seoul Metro
San Diego Gas & Electric
Schneider Electric
SRK Consulting
Tata Consultancy Services
Teladoc Health
Thames Water
The MITRE Corporation
The NPD Group
The United States Patent and Trademark Office
Thermo Fisher Scientific
TM Forum
United Airlines
University of Miami Health System
Western Digital
Western Governers University
Wonderla Holidays LTD
Zenus Bank

Atish Banerjea, CIO, Meta
Scott Blanchette, CIO, Compassus (Retired)
Satish Dave, CIO, AEG Vision
Andrew Frey, CIO, OneMagnify
Steve Garske, CIO, Pipeline Health System
Ron Guerrier, Global CIO, HP
Vipin Gupta, CIO, Toyota Financial Services
Mojgan Lefebvre, EVP, Chief Technology & Operations Officer, Travelers
Vincent Marin, Global CIO, Sidley Austin LLP
Adhir Mattu, CIO, Marvell Technology
Michelle McKenna, CIO, NFL
Raman Mehta, SVP & CIO, Johnson Electric
Neal Sample, EVP & CIO, Northwestern Mutual
Joseph Schulz, VP & CIO, Carrier
Michael Sylvester, Assistant Director, Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services
Francesco Tinto, SVP & Global CIO, Walgreens Boot Alliance
Marykay Wells, SVP & CIO, Pearson

2022 CIO 100 & Hall of Fame Press Release

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