GovExec and Nextgov/FCW Announce 2024 Federal 100 Winners
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GovExec and Nextgov/FCW Announce 2024 Federal 100 Winners

Winners will be recognized alongside the Government Hall of Fame inductees at GovExec’s Evening of Honors Hosted in April

Feb. 9, 2024

Washington, DC (February 9, 2024) — GovExec, the market-leading sales and marketing intelligence company for government leaders and contractors, unveiled today the winners of the 2024 Federal 100 Awards. Renowned as the most prestigious awards for the federal IT community, the Fed 100 recognizes a range of leaders who have pushed government operations forward through innovative tech approaches. Coordinated by Nextgov/FCW, which provides federal technology executives with the information, ideas and strategies necessary to successfully navigate the complex world of federal business, the Fed 100 will be presented during GovExec’s annual Evening of Honors Gala hosted for the first time at The Anthem in Washington DC on April 24, 2024.

From agency employees and members of the federal contracting sector to academics, independent watchdogs, and members of Congress, the Fed 100 is dedicated to reflecting the spectrum of changemakers driving the evolution of the federal IT space. Carrying on that tradition, this year’s cohort consists of a broad pool of representatives from across the federal civilian enterprise, the Pentagon, government contractors and even two sitting Members of Congress.

The 2024 winners include:

● James Adams - Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Department of Energy

● Ann Amrhein - Social Security Administration

● Dan Anthony - Federal Reserve

● Col. Robert Bailey - Department of the Navy

● Yosry Barsoum - MITRE

● Keith Baylor - Department of the Army

● Lee Becker - Medallia

● Barbara "Bobbie" J. Browning - Qualtrics

● Jonathan K. Burgard - Department of the Navy

● Beth Caswell - Department of the Navy

● Bruce Caswell - Maximus

● Guy Cavallo - Office of Personnel Management

● Rep. Mike Collins - House of Representatives

● Steven Costa - Air Force/U.S. Central Command

● Karen Dahut - Google Public Sector

● Kirsten Dalboe - Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

● Ja'Nelle DeVore - Department of Agriculture

● Drenan E. Dudley - Executive Office of the President

● Michael Duffy - Department of Homeland Security

● Ann Dunkin - Department of Energy

● Sujey Edward - Octo, an IBM Company

● Robert G. Efrus - Efrus Financial Advisors

● Col. Vito Errico - U.S. Army

● Jennifer Ewbank - Central Intelligence Agency

● Prashant Gaur - Credence Management Solutions

● Lt. Gen. Matthew Glavy - U.S. Marine Corps

● John Goodman - Accenture Federal Services

● Dan Goslee - Verkada Corporation

● Tamara Greenspan - Oracle Corporation

● Justin Grimes - Office of Management and Budget

● David Grundy - Department of Agriculture

● Ross R. Guckert - Department of the Army

● Jennifer L. Gustetic - NASA

● Sonny Hashmi - General Services Administration

● Paul Hasz - Department of Health and Human Services

● Steven Hernandez - Department of Education

● Lilian "Lilly" M. Herrera - Department of Homeland Security

● Kendall Holbrook - Dev Technology Group

● Karen Howard - Internal Revenue Service

● Mark A. James - Department of Homeland Security

● Martha P. Jasper - Department of Defense

● Katharine Kelley - U.S. Space Force

● Anisa Khandkar - General Services Administration

● Krista Kinnard - Department of Labor

● Erv K. Koehler - General Services Administration

● Chris Kuang - General Services Administration

● Jennifer Kuk - Executive Office of the President

● Carissa Landymore - Department of Defense

● John (Neal) Latta - Transportation Security Administration

● Eric Leckey - Department of Homeland Security

● Scott Levins - National Archives and Records Administration

● Dennis M. Lucey - Akima

● Clare Martorana - Office of Management and Budget

● Dr. Edward Mays - Department of Homeland Security

● Ryan E. McArthur - Department of Defense

● Dr. Kelly M. McVearry - Bento Biology

● Brian Merrick - Department of Justice

● Adele Merritt - Office of the Director of National Intelligence

● Christopher Mihm - National Academy of Public Administration

● Renata Miskell - Department of Treasury

● Seeyew Mo - Executive Office of the President

● Chandler Morse - Workday

● Jeff Myers - REI Systems, Inc.

● Nicole Nemmers - Department of Defense

● Anne Neuberger - National Security Council

● RDML Seiko Okano - U.S. Navy

● Melissa Palmer - HashiCorp Federal

● Dovarius L. Peoples - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

● Alicia Ponegalek - Booz Allen Hamilton

● Jason Prow - IBM

● Kim Pugh - Department of Veterans Affairs

● Dr. Jeffrey D. Pullen - U.S. Department of Justice

● Dave Rey - Salesforce

● Amy Ritualo - Department of State

● Douglas Robertson - Small Business Administration

● Alvaro E. Rodriguez - Defense Health Agency

● Chuck Romine - Department of Commerce

● Alex A. Sedillos - Department of Defense

● Jared N. Shepard - Hypori

● David Shive - General Services Administration

● Nick Sinai - Insight Partners

● Carey Smith - Parsons

● Robert D. Snelick - Department of Commerce

● Xavier M. Soosai - Department of Health and Human Services

● Jen Sovada - SandboxAQ

● Tom Stamos Zscaler

● Rep. Haley Stevens - House of Representatives

● Andrew Stettner - Department of Labor

● Kyra M. Stewart - General Services Administration

● Conrad Stosz - Office of Management and Budget

● Amy Taylor - Department of the Treasury

● George D. Thomas - Connected DMV

● Matt Topper - UberEther

● Timothy Tutt - Night Shift Development

● Rosa M. Underwood - General Services Administration

● Steve Walters - ServiceNow

● CW5 Taylor Wells - Department of Defense

● Stephanie L. Wilson - NetImpact Strategies

● Cori Zarek - Office of Management and Budget

● Mya Zemlock - Dcode

IT professionals are a fundamental part of our federal and government systems. It is their work that allows operations to not only run smoothly, but keep up with the pace of today’s increasingly complex technical landscape," said Adam Mazmanian, executive editor, Nextgov/FCW. “The 2024 Fed 100 are working on the front lines of modernization, digital transformation and cybersecurity, and we are excited to celebrate them during the Evening of Honors Gala this Spring.

In addition to the Fed100, the 2024 Evening of Honors Gala will acknowledge the 2024 Government Hall of Fame inductees, a lineup of career public servants whose accomplishments have been monumental in creating positive impact in the nation’s trajectory.

Sponsors of this special event include AT&T as the Government Hall of Fame Founding Underwriter, Carahsoft, SAIC, Salesforce, Presidio Federal, MITRE, WAEPA, PegaSystems, Ciena, Comcast, Increditek, Virtru, ASRC Federal, WWT and Intel. Learn more about the gala here.


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