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CIO 100 Awards & Hall of Fame 2024: Honoring IT Innovation and Leadership

The call for nominations for the 2024 conference are now closed. Winners will be notified in March.

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 entire teams may enjoy.

 

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Call for nominations closed for CIO Hall of Fame 2024. Winners will be notified in March.

CIO’s Hall of Fame is a personal leadership award celebrating outstanding achievement in information technology management. The CIO Hall of Fame honors executives who have spent 10+ years in a CIO or other C-level technology position, advancing the CIO role while demonstrating sustained business success. 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

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

ABB Electrification
ABM Industries
Accenture
Adient
Adobe
Advent eModal
Aflac
AFS Logistics
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Align Technology
Ally Financial
Atlantic Health System
Avery Dennison Corporation
Avnet Inc
Belcorp
Bellin and Gundersen Health System
CareSource
CarMax
Carrier
Cherokee Nation
ChristianaCare
City and County of San Francisco
City of Seguin
College of Southern Nevada
Community Behavioral Health
ConocoPhillips
CVS Health
Dairyland Power Cooperative
Deloitte
Discount Tire
Dow Inc./CAS, a division of the American Chemical Society
Eastman
Eli Lilly and Company
Enlyte
Equinix
Estée Lauder Companies
Exelon
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, U.S. DoT
FedEx Services
Fresenius Medical Care
Generac Power Systems
General Motors
Glendale, AZ
Great Wolf Resorts
Honeywell
ICON International Inc
Intel Corporation
Jersey Mike’s Franchise Systems, Inc
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Johnson & Johnson
Kaiser Permanente

King County
Lenovo
Lexmark International
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Mastercard
Mattel, Inc.
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Miami University
MITRE
Mr. Cooper
NJ TRANSIT
Novant Health
OHLA-USA
Oshkosh Corporation
Owens Corning
Penn Medicine – University of Pennsylvania Health System
PepsiCo Inc
Pfizer
Qualcomm
Red Hat, Inc.
Reed Smith
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
Rockwell Automation
Samsara
San Francisco International Airport
Stanford Health Care
State Street Corp
Sunbelt Rentals, Inc
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center | University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Synchrony
Sysco Corporation
Teladoc Health
The Hartford
The New School
The Procter & Gamble Company
The University of Texas at San Antonio
TIAA
T-Mobile
Tractor Supply Company
Truist Financial Corporation
TruStone Financial Credit Union
UNC Health
UPS
UST
Verizon
Visa, Inc.
Western Digital
Workit Health
Your Health Idaho

Chris Bedi, Chief Digital Information Officer, ServiceNow

Barbara Cooper-Jones, CIO, Ginnie Mae

Jim Fowler, EVP and Chief Technology Officer, Nationwide

David Germain, Group CIO, QBE Insurance

Ghada M. Ijam, CIO, Federal Reserve System

Sheila Jordan, SVP and Chief Digital Technology Officer, Honeywell

Adriana Karaboutis, Global Chief Information & Digital Officer, National Grid plc

Srini Koushik, EVP and CTO, Rackspace Technology

Bianca Lochner, CIO, City of Scottsdale

Ralph Loura, Former SVP and CIO, Lumentum

James (Jim) Swanson, EVP and CIO, Johnson & Johnson

2023 CIO 100 & Hall of Fame Press Release

For questions regarding the Awards Program please contact, awards@cio.com