Worldspan CIO Receives Top Global Award from Georgia CIO Leadership Association

The Georgia CIO Leadership Association has awarded its 2006 Global CIO of the Year Award to Sue Powers, chief information officer and senior vice president of global travel technology leader Worldspan, L.P. This premier annual executive recognition program honors CIOs or executives in equivalent positions in Georgia who are top innovators in technology, and have demonstrated excellence in managing their organization's enterprise-wide information systems. Powers guides Worldspan's product line strategy and product delivery for customers globally, including airlines and other travel suppliers that participate in the Worldspan global distribution system (GDS), as well as travel agencies, web sites and corporations that rely on the Worldspan GDS and technologies.

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