By the numbers: The 2010 Federal 100 awards

The Navy tops all agencies with seven winners, but GSA and the White House are close behind

Winners by Sector

Civilian: 40
Defense: 30
Industry: 26
Nonprofit: 4

Winners by Agency: The Big Three

Navy: 7
GSA: 6
White House: 6


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Winning Women: An Upward Trend

2006: 22
2007: 22
2008: 23
2009: 24
2010: 25

DOD Winners by Organization

Army: 5
Air Force: 3
Defense Information Systems Agency: 3
Marine Corps: 3
Navy: 7
Other: 9

DOD Winners by Dress Code

Uniformed services: 7
Civilian: 23

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