Fed 100 winner: David Mayo

David Mayo
President
Everware-CBDI

Mayo, founder of the Industry Advisory Council’s Enterprise Architecture Shared Interest Group, has been a strong proponent of using component and service-based approaches for years.

With IAC, Mayo led development of the "Practical Guide to Federal Service Oriented Architecture," released in June 2008 by the CIO Council in conjunction with other groups. Constructed using a wiki as the collaborative platform, the document provides guidance for adopting and implementing services for business and information technology uses.

“David’s activities in IAC and support of the Federal CIO Council are on a volunteer basis,” said Warren Ellmore, president of Everware-CBDI North America. He conducted extensive outreach to raise awareness of the guide, Ellmore said.

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