2016 Fed 100

Federal 100: Navin Vembar

Name: Navin Vembar
Title: Chief Technology Officer
Agency: General Services Administration

Platform driver. Vembar took a once struggling program and turned it into an impressive example of innovation in government. His plan for creating the Common Services Platform that supports GSA's Integrated Award Environment was a calculated leap into agile practices and cloud environments. His groundbreaking work led to the agency's first authority to operate for a cloud-based platform as a service, setting the stage for additional innovation in a more secure and more open environment to support agencies that award, administer or receive federal grants and loans. The platform gives IAE a secure system for delivering new applications efficiently and consistently.

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