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2020 CIO 100 Awards

Submissions Open: October 14, 2019

Submission Deadline: January 13, 2020 (no extensions available) 

Winners Notified: March 2020

 

 

2020 CIO Hall of Fame Awards

Nominations Open: October 14, 2019

Nomination Deadline: December 2, 2019

Applications Open: Rolling after December 2, 2019

Application Deadline:  January 13, 2020 (no extensions available) 

Winners Notified: March 2020

IDG’s CIO 100 Symposium honors recipients of two awards programs at the conference each year: the CIO 100 innovation award and the CIO Hall of Fame leadership award. The CIO 100 is an acknowledged mark of enterprise excellence in business technology, awarded to IT organizations for driving business value through technology innovation. The Hall of Fame is a personal leadership honor for outstanding CIOs who have made profound contributions to their companies as well as the business technology world.

For questions regarding the CIO 100 and CIO Hall of Fame awards, please contact: awards@cio.com 

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CIO 100 Awards

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.

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CIO Hall of Fame Awards

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 men and women whose work has advanced the CIO role and demonstrated 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. They have a reputation for leadership among their peers (as well as with outside entities such as the media or industry experts) and they have shown a positive influence on the IT profession through their accomplishments as technology business leaders.

  • Rob Alexander, CIO, Capital One
  • Steve Betts, SVP & CIO, Health Care Service Corporation
  • Alan Cullop, CIO, DaVita
  • Craig Cuyar, SVP & Global CIO, Omnicom Group
  • Richard (Dick) Daniels, EVP, CIO, Kaiser Permanente
  • Anuj Dhanda, CIO & EVP, Albertsons Companies
  • Randall Gaboriault, CIO; SVP, Innovation and Strategic Development, Christiana Care Health System
  • Zack Hicks, Chief Digital Officer & EVP, Toyota Motor North America; CEO & President, Toyota Connected North America, Toyota Motor North America (TMNA)
  • Ann Joyce, EVP & Chief Customer Officer, Technology, Supply Chain & Omni Operations, Chicos FAS
  • Vince Kellen, CIO, University of California, San Diego
  • Michael R. Kingston, SVP, CIO, L’Oreal Americas
  • Michael Mathias, EVP, Customer Experience & CIO, Blue Shield of California
  • Kathy McElligott, EVP, CIO/CTO, McKesson
  • Gregory Morrison, SVP & CIO, Cox Enterprises
  • Steven J. Randich, EVP & CIO, FINRA
  • Cynthia Stoddard, SVP & CIO, Adobe Inc.
  • Lynden Lee Tennison, EVP, Chief Strategy & Information Officer (retired), Union Pacific Railroad
  • Patrick Thompson, CIO, Albemarle
  • Stephen Warren, CIO, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
  • Walter Yosafat, SVP/CIO, Wyndham Destinations
  • AdaptHealth
  • Adobe, Inc.
  • AdventHealth
  • Aetna, a CVS Health Company
  • Air Black Box
  • Align Technology
  • Arrow Electronics
  • Ascensus
  • Asian Development Bank
  • Bank of America
  • BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
  • CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield
  • Centura Health
  • Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Choice Hotels International
  • City of Oakland
  • City of Virginia Beach Information Technology Department
  • Comcast Cable Corp.
  • Cornell University
  • Cox Communications
  • Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
  • DBS Bank
  • Department of Technology (City and County of San Francisco)
  • Eaton
  • Emerus
  • Enel
  • Energy Efficiency Services Ltd.
  • Estée Lauder
  • EURPAC Strategic Partners
  • Everest Reinsurance Company
  • Exelon Corporation
  • FedEx
  • Fleet Advantage
  • GE
  • General Motors
  • Ginnie Mae
  • Great Wolf Resorts
  • HSBC
  • HuaZhu Group
  • Humana Inc.
  • IAA
  • IBM
  • ICMA-RC
  • Illinois Department of Innovation & Technology
  • Intel Corporation
  • InterContinental Hotels Group
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • P. Morgan Asset & Wealth Management
  • Jackson Health System
  • Janus Henderson Investors
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • KEPCO, Korea Electric Power Corporation
  • Khaadi
  • King County, WA
  • Land O’Lakes
  • Maryland Health Benefit Exchange
  • McDermott International Inc.
  • Medical City Healthcare
  • Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team
  • Merck & Co.
  • Mercury Insurance Group
  • Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.
  • Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries
  • Nobel Pharmaceuticals
  • NorthShore University HealthSystem
  • Northwestern Mutual
  • Nuveen, A TIAA Company
  • NXP Semiconductor NV
  • Oshkosh Corporation
  • Owens Corning
  • Parkview Medical Center
  • Power Design
  • PSAV
  • PSEG
  • PVH
  • Railinc
  • Raytheon
  • Red Hat, Inc.
  • Reed Smith
  • Rice University
  • Ricoh USA, Inc.
  • Rollins, Inc.
  • Samsung Electro-Mechanics
  • Siemens Mobility GmbH
  • SimpleTire
  • State Auto Insurance Companies
  • SUEZ North America
  • Synchrony Financial
  • Tallahassee- Leon County GIS
  • TGI Fridays
  • The LiRo Group
  • The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
  • TIAA
  • Unisys Corporation
  • United Airlines
  • University of North Texas System, IT Shared Services
  • Whirlpool Corporation
  • Workday, Inc.