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VP Primetica Honored for Contributions to Government IT

ARLINGTON, VA – February 10, 2010 – eGlobalTech, a small 8(a)-certified woman-owned IT consulting firm, announces today that Vice President, Branko Primetica has been selected as one of the Federal 100 for 2010 by Federal Computer Week (FCW).

In its 22nd year, the Federal 100, the signature awards program in the federal information technology community, honors professionals from government, industry and academia for their efforts in affecting change, progress and efficiency in determining how the federal government acquires, develops and manages Information Technology.

The winners are nominated by Federal Computer Week readers and selected by an independent government and industry panel of judges. Federal 100 winners are recognized for their risk-taking, vision and pioneering spirit that have impacted and transformed federal Information Technology.

Mr. Primetica will be profiled in the March 22 issue of FCW along with the other 2010 winners. This year’s winners include 30 from industry and 70 from the federal government — 42 in civilian agencies and 28 in the defense sector. There are 78 men and 22 women.

There will be a elegant awards dinner to honor the winners at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in downtown Washington, D.C. the night before the FOSE show commences on March 22, 2010.

About eGlobalTech’s Vice President, Branko Primetica

Mr. Branko Primetica is a recognized expert in the field of strategic planning and Enterprise Architecture (EA), with a focus on aligning the IT decision-making process to organizational business needs. He helped to start up, and is the Vice President of, eGlobalTech – a strategic services and advisory firm supporting the Federal Government. In this capacity, Mr. Primetica supports several leading Federal EA Programs, teaches EA and Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) at various institutions, and helped to author both the “Practical Guide to Federal Service Oriented Architecture” and the US Government’s IPv6 transition guidance. He has also published a performance measurement methodology in the Journal of Enterprise Architecture (JEA).

Mr. Primetica is a recipient of the 2008 Rising Star Award and is a co-lead of the National Defense Transportation Association’s Mentoring Program and a member of the MeriTalk 2010 Innovation Nation Forum Program Advisory Group.


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