UK's top IT leaders to judge awards

A wide range of IT industry leaders will judge Computer Weekly’s Best Places to Work in IT Awards.

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A wide range of IT industry leaders will judge Computer Weekly’s Best Places to Work in IT Awards.

They include BCS chief executive David Clarke, BCS Elite chairman David Tidey, president of the Computer Weekly 500 Club Robin Laidlaw, chairman of the IBM Computer Users Association Ray Titcombe, chairman of the Corporate IT Forum Denise Plumpton, chairman of the IT Services Management Association Phil Ives,  and IT director of the City of London Roger Marshall.

The awards honour IT departments that create a positive working environment, with continuous professional development and a good work/life balance.

Guest of honour and speaker at the awards lunch ceremony in London on  2 March will be Colin Knight, this year’s master of the information technologists livery company of the City of London.

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This was last published in November 2006

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