2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Margie Graves

 

Name: Margie Graves
Title: Deputy Federal CIO
Agency: Office of Management and Budget

Driving PMA implementation. Graves started 2018 as acting federal CIO, a job she had held throughout the first year of the Trump administration. When Suzette Kent was appointed federal CIO in late January, Graves pivoted back to the deputy role and was central to the implementation of the IT portion of the President’s Management Agenda. It’s not unlike the work that won her a 2014 Federal 100 award but this time at governmentwide scale. The PMA has been praised for its content and clarity, and Graves’ leadership and hands-on work with agencies ensured that those reform priorities could move toward reality.

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