Telework Coalition Telework Awards – 2003
Recognizing outstanding contributors, organizations and products in the
field of Telework & Telecommuting
We present these Awards to:
• Promote and foster advances in the field of telework, telecommuting, and remote working.
• Provide recognition of leadership and innovation in telework.
• Motivate corporations, government organizations and individuals to excel in their telework and telecommuting practices.
Winners with pictures are in BLUE
Outstanding Legislator Telework Award, to the individual(s), who through legislation and/or exerting their influence, promoted the advance of telework, telecommuting, and remote working.
The Honorable FRANK WOLF, R-Va.
Corporate Telework Award, to the Corporation that most clearly and effectively demonstrates the strategic use of telework to benefit its employees, the community and society, and its other stakeholders.
Government Telework Award, to the Government entity that most clearly and effectively demonstrates the bottom line benefits and the strategic use of telework.
THE U.S. PATENT & TRADEMARK OFFICE
Federal Government Telework Advocate Award, to the Government individual or entity that has consistently articulated or promoted the benefits of telework and telecommuting for
citizens, society, and the operational effectiveness of the Federal Government.
Assistant Secretary for Technology Policy,
United States Department of Commerce
State Government Telework Award, to the State Government program(s) that best supports the use of telework in the public and private sectors to benefit its citizens, society, and the environment.
THE TELEWORK COLLABORATIVE
International Telework Award, to the international organization, profit or non-profit, the individual, or team that most clearly and effectively demonstrates and promotes the strategic use of telework to benefit employees, employers, society, and the environment.
Non-Profit Organization Telework Award, to the not-for-profit organization that most clearly and effectively demonstrates and promotes the strategic use of telework to benefit its members, employees, society, and the environment.
Telework Research Award, to an individual or entity that has, through research, identified information, attitudes and perceptions that are incentives or barriers to the greater use of telework.
(The “old”) AT&T
Telework Call Center Award, to the employer that has demonstrated practically how a virtual work force in a call center environment can produce both bottom line and employee benefits while increasing its level of service.
National Print Media Telework Award, to the publication and/or individual that has most clearly and effectively presented, in a balanced, analytical and understandable way, the benefits and challenges of telework and telecommuting.
TONI KISTNER and NETWORK WORLD
Local Media Telework Award, to an organization, program, and/or individual that has demonstrated and articulated an understanding of the benefits of telework & telecommuting on employees, employers, society, and the environment.
WTOP Radio’s “SPRAWL & CRAWL – Telecommuting Today, with Steve Eldridge”
Telework and Governance Award, to an individual or entity that has deployed a product or service that helps employers demonstrate excellence in Social Responsibility & Governance practice.
Best New Telework Product, to the organization that has advanced telework by creating and deploying an outstanding and innovative program, process, product, or service.
Telework Technology Award, to the organization that has proven alternative technology solutions that enable secure access for teleworkers, telecommuters, and distributed work forces.
Bob de Lorenzi Memorial Telework Award, to the individual, individuals or entity which has demonstrably followed the ideals and desires, as pursued by the late Bob de Lorenzi, a founding member of the Telework Coalition, during his lifetime, to foster telework and telecommuting.
CYNTHIA de LORENZI