2008 Federal 100 Judges

Robert Burton
Office of Federal Procurement Policy


Kevin Carroll
Former Army Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems


David Drabkin
General Services Administration


Olga Grkavac
Information Technology Association of


Molly O’Neill
Environmental Protection Agency


Alan Paller
SANS Institute


Patrick Schambach
Nortel Government Solutions 


G. Martin Wagner
IBM Center for the Business of Government


David Wennergren
Defense Department


Tim Young
Office of Management and Budget





2008 Eagle Award Judges



Robert Carey
Navy Department


Teresa Carlson
Microsoft


Michael Carlton
Health and Human Services Department


Frank DiGiammarino
National Academy of Public Administration


Karen Evans
Office of Management and Budget


Jim Flyzik
The Flyzik Group


Mark Forman
KPMG


Bruce McConnell
McConnell International


Edward Meagher
Interior Department 


Deirdre Murray
Sprint Nextel


Venkatapathi Puvvada
Unisys and the Industry Advisory Council


Robert Suda
Transportation Department’s Volpe Center


Jim Williams
General Services Administration

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