If you would like to recognize a data/information management professional or an organization (profit or non-profit) who has made a significant, demonstrable contribution to the information resource management industry, nominations are now open. Starting this year, either an individual or a DAMA Chapter can submit a nomination. Previously only chapters were eligible to submit nominations.
Nominated individuals and organizations will be judged by a panel of Data Management Experts and the winners presented with their awards at the Enterprise Data World (EDW) conference in San Diego, held April 17-22, 2016.
Past winners include John Zachman, Karen Lopez, Anne Marie Smith, Robert Seiner, Peter Aiken, Dr. Gordon Everest, David Marco, Steve Hoberman and many others. A complete list can be found on here.
Accomplishments considered in selecting award winners
Data Management Professionals who are leaders in the data management discipline and have made significant, demonstrable contributions to the Data Management field.
Organizations who have demonstrated leadership in one or more of the areas referenced in the DAMA DMBOK including, but not limited to, Data Governance; Metadata Management; Enterprise Data Architecture; Information Quality Management; Data Modeling; Reference and Master Data Management; Business Intelligence or any of the other Enterprise Data Lifecycle disciplines.
Nominees from academia will be considered for outstanding research, or theoretical or applied contributions in the areas encompassed by Data or Information Management.
The deadline for all award nomination submissions is December 4, 2015.
DAMA-I Awards Committee
Chair, Peter Aiken, Past-President
Anne Marie Smith, VP of Prof. Development
Cathy Nolan, VP of Conference Services
Joy Medved, Ethics Officer
|2016 DAMA-I Official Nomination Form|