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Submit your application for the 2016 CIO 100 Awards

Applications for the 2016 CIO 100 awards now open.

Deadline:
Monday, February 1, 2016 (midnight EST)
*Monday, February 15, 2016 (midnight EST)

 
Every year, the CIO 100 Awards honor 100 companies that demonstrate excellence and achievement in IT.

Purchase an application – To cover the administrative and judging process costs, there is an application fee of $75 Once you purchase the application, you'll be sent a confirmation email containing a link to fill out the application. [View a sample application.]
 

The process for choosing the CIO 100 honorees is systematic and very competitive. We're looking for companies that are using IT in innovative ways to deliver competitive advantage to the enterprise and enable growth. To be considered for a CIO 100 award, entrants apply using an online application that asks them to identify several different aspects of their achievement. Applications are solicited from hundreds of companies through advertising, newsletters and e-mail. We also collect recommendations from our in-house experts, who nominate organizations which are distinguished for their innovative use of IT. We invite these nominees to apply as well.

Each application will be read by two members of the CIO 100 judging panel, who will rate it on a scale of 1 to 5 for each criterion, for a possible total of 20 points. Final selections will be confirmed by CIO magazine editors. All scores will be kept confidential. They will not be released publicly, nor will they be discussed with any individual applicants.

The 2016 CIO 100 Awards will be presented at:

The CIO 100 Symposium & Awards Ceremony
Terranea Resort
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.
August 14-16, 2016

Please contact cio100@cio.com for more information.

*The deadline for submitting an application to the 2016 CIO 100 has been extended until Monday, February 15.

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