2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Jim Manzelmann

 

Name: Jim Manzelmann
Title: Assistant Deputy Director
Agency: Office of the Director of National Intelligence

The glue. Manzelmann was the intelligence community’s lead representative for an interagency roundtable discussion hosted by the Partnership for Public Service. His involvement helped launch a wave of shared-services initiatives based on successful government models. He was considered so essential that he was still involved in the initiative even after his detail at ODNI ended and he returned to the Defense Intelligence Agency. “He’s really a good example of somebody who looked at all the different levers available to him and used them to drive a good result for agencies that have a common purpose,” said Dan Chenok, executive director of the IBM Center for the Business of Government.

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