2019 Fed 100

Federal 100: Renee Wynn

 

Name: Renee Wynn
Title: CIO
Agency: NASA

Making space for better tech. When it comes to government IT, few jobs sound cooler than CIO of NASA. The highly decentralized space agency comes with plenty of challenges, however, and Wynn made remarkable progress on addressing them in 2018. NASA now posts a B-plus on the House Oversight and Reform Committee’s FITARA scorecard — up from an F in 2016 — and Wynn has been a leader in the push for adoption of Technology Business Management methodologies. She also chaired the American Council for Technology (the government half of ACT-IAC) and helped that organization evolve to better serve the government’s mission needs.

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