Federal 100: Dominic Sale

Dominic Sale
Policy Analyst
Office of Management and Budget

Sale led the successful development of several high-priority systems last year, and he did it in record time.

First, Sale directed the testing and deployment of the initial version of Recovery.gov. His efforts resulted in the Web site going live the day President Barack Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law. Sale also helped develop the IT Dashboard in 60 days to give the public more insight into federal information technology spending, and he has been spearheading development of the latest version of USAspending.gov, which will make the site easier to use.

“All of [Sale's] projects were successfully completed in short time frames under tremendous pressure and external scrutiny,” said Michael Howell, OMB's deputy administrator of e-government and information technology.

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Reader comments

Wed, Mar 24, 2010 Idi Amin

"You don't need to convine me!" Dominic is doing a terrific job, and we could use more like him in my Neck of the Woods!

Wed, Mar 24, 2010 Walter White New Mexico

Way to go Mr. Sale, I really like the Recovery.gov site, and have found it be invaluable. I used it to track down opportunities for my Chemicals Business.

Wed, Mar 24, 2010 Dexter Morgan

Greetings from Miami! Way to go Dominic! You are definitely one of the Good Ones. Who says Federal Employees can't be uber productive.

Wed, Mar 24, 2010 Christine Twobacks

Excellent work Dominic.

Wed, Mar 24, 2010 Jesse Pinkman

I have worked with Dominic and know how committed he is to his work and to the success of his projects. He works long hours including lots of nights and weekends. The guy deserves a promotion, if he is not already being considered for one.

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