Federal 100: Winners

Lt. Gen. Keith Alexander
National Security Agency

Emma Antunes
NASA

Dr. Dixie B. Baker
Science Applications International Corp.

Roger W. Baker
Department of Veterans Affairs

Scott Baker
Military Health System

Carol Bales
Office of Management and Budget

Capt. Danelle Barrett
U.S. Navy

Sonny Bhagowalia
Department of the Interior

Tracy Blackburn
U.S. Agency for International Development

Mathew Blum
Office of Management and Budget

Phillip J. Bond
TechAmerica

Julie Boughn
Department of Health and Human Services

Col. Michael Brown (retired)
Federal Aviation Administration

Amy Burnett
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Robert Chadduck
National Archives and Records Administration

Dan Chenok
Pragmatics

Marian Cherry
Department of Defense

Robert Childs
National Defense University

Paul Cofoni
CACI International

Casey Coleman
General Services Administration

Soraya Correa
Department of Homeland Security

Earl N. Crane
Department of Homeland Security

Brig. Gen. John Davis
Department of Defense

Robert B. Dix Jr.
Juniper Networks

Shaun Donovan
Department of Housing and Urban Development

Christopher J. Dorobek
Federal News Radio

Jennifer Douglas
Department of Education

Connie Dwyer
Environmental Protection Agency

Jeff Eagan
Department of Energy

John Edgar
U.S. Postal Service

David Fisher
Department of Defense

Peter Gillis
U.S. Marine Corps

Ira Goldstein
Deloitte

Rear Adm. Bill Goodwin
U.S. Navy

David E. Green
U.S. Marine Corps

John Grimes
Department of Defense

Eric Gundersen
Development Seed

Terry Halvorsen
Department of the Navy

Jaye Helferd
InterImage

Gunnar Hellekson
Red Hat

Shawn Henry
FBI

Raymond Higgins
Department of the Army

Herbert Hunter
Department of the Air Force

Jeff Huskey
Department of the Navy

Dr. Charles Jaffe
Health Level 7

Anthony Jimenez
MicroTech

Clay Johnson
Sunlight Foundation

Richard Johnson
Lockheed Martin

Kay Kapoor
Lockheed Martin

Chris Kemp
NASA

Thomas Kidd
Department of the Navy

Jim Knox
Department of the Navy

Vivek Kundra
Office of Management and Budget

Rich Kutter
Department of the Air Force

Philip Letowt
Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Jeffrey Levy
Environmental Protection Agency

Katie Lewin
General Services Administration

James Lewis
Center for Strategic and International Studies

Guy Martin
CollabNet

John Murphy
General Services Administration

Robert Neilson
Department of the Army

Lew Newlin
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Craig Newmark
Craigslist

Beth Noveck
Office of Science and Technology Policy

Bajinder Paul
Department of the Treasury

Kshemendra Paul
Office of Management and Budget

Mark Pietrasanta
Aquilent

William D. Powers
Department of the Army

Branko Primetica
eGlobalTech

Paul Prouty
General Services Administration

Todd Ramsey
IBM

Anne Reed
Acquisition Solutions

Holly Ridgeway
Department of Justice

Daniel Risacher
Department of Defense

Alfred Rivera
Defense Information Systems Agency

Andrew Robinson
ICF Corp.

Ron Ross
National Institute of Standards and Technology

Dominic Sale
Office of Management and Budget

Shyam Salona
REI Systems

David Schell
Open Geospatial Consortium

George Schindler
CGI

Ronald Simmons
U.S. Marine Corps

Col. Robert Skinner
U.S. Air Force

Sonya Smith
Department of the Navy

Tadgh Smith
Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Sorenson
U.S. Army

Judith Spencer
General Services Administration

John Stewart
Cisco Systems

John Streufert
Department of State

Roger Thorstenson
Department of Defense

Lt. Col. Anmy Torres
Defense Information Systems Agency

Linda Travers
Environmental Protection Agency

Lena Trudeau
National Academy of Public Administration

Rob Vietmeyer
Defense Information Systems Agency

Greg Virgin
RedJack

Dr. David Warner
MindTel

Earl Warrington
General Services Administration

David Williams
Internal Revenue Service

Gary Winkler
Department of the Army

Natalie Zuech
Internal Revenue Service

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