The 2009 Federal 100 awards panel of judges

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

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

Linda Y. Cureton
Chief Information Officer
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Lesley Field
Deputy Administrator
Office of Federal Procurement Policy

Vance Hitch
Chief Information Officer
Justice Department

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

Steve Kelman
Professor of Public Management, Kennedy School of Government
Harvard University

James Seligman
Chief Information Officer
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Stan Soloway
President and Chief Executive Officer
Professional Services Council

Gary Winkler
Program Executive Officer for Enterprise Information Systems
Department of the Army

Robert Woods
President
Topside Consulting

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