- Member, U.S. National Academy of Inventors (2017)
- Election to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering (2005)
- Selection as a fellow of the IEEE (2011)
- The IEEE Simon Ramo Medal for systems engineering and systems science (2011)
- The TRW Chairman’s Award for Innovation, 1994
- The TRW Chairman’s Award for Innovation, 1996
- The TRW Chairman’s Award for Innovation, 1997
- The Army’s Order of Saint Barbara and medal (1996)
- The iCMG award for system architecture (2012)
- The Northern Virginia Technology Council CTO-of-the-year award (2012)
- In 2001, the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below project for which Dr. Siegel was responsible received the initial award from “CrossTalk, The Journal of Defense Software Engineering”, as one of the top five best-managed software projects within the entire United States government.
- In 2003, the same project received the Federal 100 Monticello Award.
- In 2004, the same project was selected as the “Most Innovative U.S. Government Program” by the Institute for Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA). IDGA is a non-partisan information-based organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense.
- In 2005, the Tactical Internet project for which Dr. Siegel was responsible was honored in London, England, as the Battlespace Information “2005 program of the year”
- In 2011, the Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below project was honored with the 2011 iCMG award for best systems architecture
- Dr. Siegel is certified by the International Congress on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) as an Expert Systems Engineering Practitioner (ESEP) (2014)
- Dr. Siegel is a certified at the “black belt” level in the 6-sigma methodology (2002)
He has received dozens of other awards.
Dr. Siegel (right) with Dr. Simon Ramo (left) in 2011, on the occasion of Dr. Siegel being named the winner of the IEEE Simon Ramo Medal:
Signing the FBCB2 contract, 1095:
Signing the Network Hollywood contract with Randy Blotke of Warner Brothers:
With Dr. Larry Gold of Somalogic, at the building that he endowed at the University of Colorado: