2007 Federal 100, Eagle Award judges

Meet the judges

2007 Federal 100 Judges
Lt. Gen. Charles Croom
Defense Information Systems Agency
Donna Morea
CGI
Robert Guerra
Guerra Kiviat
Jasmeet Seehra
Office of Management and Budget
Priscilla Guthrie
Institute for Defense Analyses
Stan Soloway
Professional Services Council
Mark Hagerty
Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
Jim Williams
General Services Administration
Ira Hobbs
Treasury Department
 

2007 Eagle Award Judges
Alan Balutis
Cisco Systems
Ed Meagher
Interior Department
Paul Brubaker
Procentrix
Bob Suda
Agriculture Department
Karen Evans
Office of Management and Budget
Barry West
Commerce Department
Jim Flyzik
The Flyzik Group
Bob Woods
Topside Consulting

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