Walter Gellhorn Innovation Awards

Walter Gellhorn was a beloved and acclaimed professor of administrative law, considered by many as the father of modern administrative law.

Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award 2013-14 Winner: U.S. General Services Administration

Congratulations to the General Services Administration, recipient of the 2013-14 Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award for its DigitalGov User Experience Program. The program helps federal agencies improve their online customer service offerings by making information … View more

2012 Honorable Mention: Census Bureau

Congratulations to the U.S. Census Bureau for receiving a 2012 Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award Honorable Mention. The Census Bureau’s Mobile Applications used multi-agency collaboration to provide real-time statistics using twenty-first century technology. To learn … View more

2012 Honorable Mention: CFPB

Congratulations to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for receiving a 2012 Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award Honorable Mention. The CFPB’s Consumer Complaint Database is an innovative and transparent use of online searchable databases to … View more

Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award 2012 Winner: National Archives

Congratulations to the National Archives and Records Administration, recipient of the 2012 Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award for their Citizen Archivist Initiative. “We are thrilled to win the Walter Gellhorn Innovation Award,” said Archives Chief … View more

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