Computer Weekly editor Hooman Bassirian said, "These awards provide a platform to showcase excellence in our profession, so we are delighted to be associated with the BCS for this year's programme. The winners will provide a beacon of best practice at a time when demands on IT professionals are more varied and pressing than ever."
BCS president David Morriss said, "We are expecting an increase in entries again this year as more people recognise the BCS IT Professional Awards as the best way to gain recognition for industry best practice.
"The awards are intended to mirror the changes in the IT industry. This year we are recognising developments in the rapidly growing mobile computing sector and we will continue last year's focus on women in IT."
The first closing date for entries is 24 March.
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