2010 Federal 100 awards judges panel

The editors of Federal Computer Week thank the following people, who donated their expertise, energy and time in the selection process for this year's Federal 100 awards. 

Dave M. Wennergren (Chairman)
Deputy Assistant Secretary and Deputy Chief Information Officer
Defense Department

Martha Dorris
Deputy Associate Administrator of Citizen Services
General Services Administration

Michael Duffy
Deputy Assistant Secretary and Chief Information Officer
Treasury Department 

Linda Gooden
Executive Vice President
Information Systems and Global Services
Lockheed Martin

Olga Grkavac
Executive Vice President, Public Sector
TechAmerica

Michael Howell
Deputy Administrator of E-Government and Information Technology
Office of Management and Budget

Lt. Gen. William T. Lord
Chief of Warfighting Integration and Chief Information Officer 
Office of the Secretary of the Air Force

Jerry E. Williams
Chief Information Officer
Housing and Urban Development Department

Read more about the 2010 Federal 100 award winners.

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