Federal 100 winner: Andrew W. McLauchlin

Andrew W. McLauchlin
Senior executive consultant
CGI Federal

McLauchlin conceived of and now co-directs the Initiative for Collaborative Government, a public policy project that CGI conducts in partnership with leading academic institutions. It provides a forum for federal agency leaders, academics and industry experts to discuss key technology policy issues. In 2008, the panel addressed topics that included managing effective collaboration with multiple service providers and maximizing mission value from enterprise information technology.

“This initiative enables a model of thought leadership that will serve government, industry and academia for years to come by adding a new voice and new ideas to the discussion about the future of IT and collaboration in government as we usher in an era that will require more governance, transparency and service to the citizens,” said George Schindler, president of CGI Federal.

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