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Aviation Week’s 2022 Program Excellence Awards has a record number of nominees for 2022, ranging from the industry’s largest companies to much smaller businesses, and from all sectors – commercial, space and defense.
In all, 53 nominees will advance to the second phase of the annual awards process before finalists are chosen in August and winners and finalists are honored at the annual Program Excellence Banquet Nov. 2 at The Watergate Hotel in Washington, DC.
The nominees were chosen from a field of more than 100 entrants. Each will complete a nomination submission, from which the Program Excellence Evaluation Team will identify best practices and lessons learned. Each nomination packet will be scored by more than 300 program/project management experts and those in professional development courses to become program/project managers.
Click here to see a complete list of this year’s nominees.
The annual program was designed by industry leaders to identify program and project management best practices and lessons learned. Aviation Week facilitates the process for these leaders, who comprise the Program Excellence Evaluation Team.
Each nomination is scored by the Evaluation Team, with finalists selected in August. The winning programs are announced at the annual Program Excellence Awards banquet, scheduled for November 2nd at The Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C.
The nominations should be based on the past three years of performance – 2019, 2020 and 2021. There are two divisions – Prime Contractor and Supplier—as well as a Special Projects category.
For more information about Program Excellence, contact Carole Rickard Hedden viaemail at: [email protected].
Program Excellence Resources
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In 2005 Aviation Week formed a community of program managers and project leads across the Aerospace and Defense industry to share best practices and lessons learned, and provide guidance from top decision-makers that would ensure performance success. Today, this Program Management Community consists of more than 3,000 Aerospace and Defense industry experts.
During the former DefenseChain Conference, leaders from our Program Management Community united to provide insight into the future of programs in space, commercial air transport and Defense. Delegates will meet and interact with leaders who are guiding massive changes in the development, production and sustainment of programs for the next decade. Delegates also take part in exclusive Aviation Week executive roundtables and special VIP receptions.