Announcing the 2015 Federal 100

Meet the women and men who are doing great things in federal IT.

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Hundreds of nominations were submitted, and our panel of judges debated for hours. The end result? A list of 100 women and men that should make even the most hardened skeptics optimistic about what's possible in federal IT.

It's a tremendous privilege to be able to sift through all these stories; the pool of nominations provides a great survey of the work being done throughout the community. Next month you'll have the chance to learn more about these individuals as well, via the profiles we will publish in the March 30 issue of FCW and on FCW.com, and you can meet them in person at the March 26 Fed 100 gala. For now, though, you'll have to make do with the list of names, which you can find below:

  • Capt. Michael Abreu
    Program Manager, Naval Enterprise Networks Program Office
    U.S. Navy
  • Robert Anderson
    Chief, Vision and Strategy, HQMC C4
    Department of the Navy
  • Ken Asbury
    President and CEO
    CACI International
  • Carrie Banahan
    Executive Director
    Office of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange
  • Robert Barnes
    Public Sector Practice Director
    Coalfire Systems
  • Laura Boehm
    Senior Cybersecurity Architect/Engineer
    Department of Defense
  • Teresa Bozzelli
    President
    Sapient Government Services
  • David A. Bray
    CIO
    Federal Communications Commission
  • Courtney Bromley
    Vice President, Homeland Security and Law Enforcement
    IBM
  • Lauren Buschor
    CIO, U.S. Mint
    Department of the Treasury
  • Sheila Campbell
    Director of Digital Integration
    Peace Corps
  • Lt. Gen. Ed Cardon
    Commander, U.S. Army Cyber Command
    U.S. Army
  • Chris Chilbert
    Deputy Executive Director, Enterprise Business Management Office
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Eric Cho
    Counsel for Acquisition Policy
    House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
  • Beth Cobert
    Deputy Director for Management
    Office of Management and Budget
  • Judy Cohen
    Vice President
    Aquilent
  • Ray Coleman
    CIO, Natural Resources Conservation Service
    Department of Agriculture
  • Rep. Gerry Connolly
    Congressman
    U.S. House of Representatives
  • Kathy Conrad
    Deputy Associate Administrator, Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies
    General Services Administration
  • Cheryl Cook
    CIO
    Department of Agriculture
  • Kathleen Cowles
    Principal
    Deep Water Point
  • Kevin Cox
    Deputy Chief Information Security Officer
    Department of Justice
  • Brandee Daly
    Account Management Executive
    Amazon Web Services
  • Laura Delaney
    Deputy Director, Network Security Deployment, Office of Cybersecurity and Communications
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Kathryn Edelman
    Director of Investigations, Governmental Affairs
    Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
  • Laura Egerdal
    Director of Digital Strategy, Office of Public Affairs
    Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Mark Elbert
    Director, Office of Web Management, U.S. Energy Information Administration
    Department of Energy
  • Kay Ely
    Director, IT Schedule 70
    General Services Administration
  • Robert Fortner
    Director, Technology Solutions Division, Transportation Security Administration
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Helen Goff Foster
    Deputy Assistant Secretary for Privacy, Transparency and Records
    Department of the Treasury
  • Amanda Fredricksen
    Assistant Commissioner, Strategy Management, Federal Acquisition Service
    General Services Administration
  • Jim Ghiloni
    OASIS Program Executive Director and Acting Director of Acquisition Operations
    General Services Administration
  • Greg Godbout
    Executive Director, 18F
    General Services Administration
  • John Goodman
    Chief Operating Officer
    Accenture Federal Services
  • Matt Grote
    Senior Professional Staff Member
    Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
  • Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins
    Director, Defense Information Systems Agency
    Department of Defense
  • Amy Herchek
    Program Manager, Texas Joint Crime Information Center
    Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Rick Holgate
    Assistant Director and CIO, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
    Department of Justice
  • Hudson Hollister
    Executive Director
    Data Transparency Coalition
  • John Hynes Jr.
    President and CEO
    TASC
  • Joel Jacobs
    Vice President and CIO
    The MITRE Corp.
  • Jay Johnson
    Division Chief, Analysis and Integration Division, Air Force Safety Center
    Department of the Air Force
  • Jon Johnson
    Team Leader, Enterprise Mobility, Federal Acquisition Service
    General Services Administration
  • Carol Ann Jones
    Program Analyst, National Leadership Command Capabilities Management Office
    Department of Defense
  • John Kahler
    Chief, Joint On-demand Interoperability Network, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command
    Department of the Army
  • Kay Kapoor
    President
    AT&T Government Solutions
  • Chris Kearns
    Program Director, Global Services Management-Operations, Information Systems and Global Solutions
    Lockheed Martin
  • Laura Knight
    Sea Warrior Program Manager, Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems
    Department of the Navy
  • Jolene Lauria-Sullens
    Deputy Assistant Attorney General/Controller
    Department of Justice
  • Karen F. Lee
    Chief, Office of Federal Financial Management
    Office of Management and Budget
  • Col. Robert Lyman
    Director of Communications and CIO, Air Mobility Command
    U.S. Air Force
  • Colleen Makridis
    Deputy Division Chief, Communication Service Engineering
    National Reconnaissance Office
  • Colleen Manaher
    Executive Director, Planning, Program Analysis and Evaluation, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
    Department of Homeland Security
  • William (Bill) Marion II
    Chief Technical Officer, Space Command
    Department of the Air Force
  • Eric Markland
    Director, Ashore Modernization and Integration, Navy Information Dominance Forces
    Department of the Navy
  • Catherine Marschner
    Data Program Manager
    Millennium Challenge Corporation
  • Alejandro Mayorkas
    Deputy Secretary
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Lt. Cmdr. Thomas McAndrew
    Tactical Cyber Special Projects Lead, Office of Naval Research
    U.S. Navy
  • Timothy McBride
    Director of Operations, National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, National Institute of Standards and Technology
    Department of Commerce
  • Kimberly McCabe
    CEO
    ASI Government
  • Thomas McCarty
    Director, Identity, Credential and Access Management Program Management Office
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Luke McCormack
    CIO
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Harlin McEwen
    Chairman, Communications and Technology Committee
    International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • Kartik Mecheri
    Co-Founder and Chief Architect
    Karsun Solutions
  • Jeff Mohan
    Executive Director, GSA Programs
    AT&T Government Solutions
  • John Montel
    Acting Associate Deputy CIO
    Department of the Interior
  • Frederick D. Moorefield Jr.
    Director, Spectrum Policy and Programs
    Department of Defense
  • Rear Adm. Nancy Norton
    Director for Command, Control, Communications and Cyber, U.S. Pacific Command
    U.S. Navy
  • Lt. Col. Michael Olmstead
    Product Manager, Joint Battle Command-Platform
    U.S. Army
  • Andy Ozment
    Assistant Secretary, Cybersecurity and Communications
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Gaurav Pal
    Director, Strategic Programs
    Smartronix
  • Larry Payne
    Area Vice President, U.S. Federal Sales
    Cisco
  • Lt. Col. Mollie Pearson
    Product Manager, Power Projection Enablers, Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems
    U.S. Army
  • Venkatapathi (PV) Puvvada
    President (acting)
    Unisys Federal Systems
  • Jeffrey Reczek
    Program Analyst
    Office of Management and Budget
  • Robert Reichelman Jr.
    Chief, Technical Management Division, PM Mission Command
    Department of the Army
  • Thomas Romeo
    President
    MAXIMUS Federal
  • David Rubin
    Deputy Chief and Head of Mobility, Collaboration and Compliance Section
    Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • Trevor Rudolph
    Chief, Office of E-Government and IT Cyber and National Security Unit
    Office of Management and Budget
  • Tim Rund
    Shared Services Enterprise Strategy Consultant
    Microsoft
  • Charles A. Santangelo
    Senior IT Policy Adviser, Office of the CIO
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Thomas Sasala
    Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Army Information Technology Agency
    Department of the Army
  • Ari Schwartz
    Senior Director for Cybersecurity, National Security Council
    Executive Office of the President
  • Himanshu Singh
    Associate Director and Chief Operating Officer, Ann Arbor Health Care System
    Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Bryan Sivak
    Chief Technology Officer
    Department of Health and Human Services
  • Laura Stanton
    Director of Common Acquisition Program Management
    General Services Administration
  • Richard Struse
    Chief Advanced Technology Officer
    Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protection and Programs Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
  • Tony Summerlin
    Senior Adviser
    Federal Communications Commission
  • Tina Sung
    Vice President for Government Transformation
    Partnership for Public Service
  • David Tillotson III
    Acting Deputy Chief Management Officer
    Department of Defense
  • Danny Toler
    Deputy Director, Federal Network Resilience Division
    Department of Homeland Security
  • Abe Usher
    Chief Technology Officer
    HumanGeo
  • Steve VanRoekel
    Chief Innovation Officer
    U.S. Agency for International Development
  • Kathy Warden
    Corporate Vice President, and President, Northrop Grumman Information Systems
    Northrop Grumman
  • Col. C.P. Watkins
    Chief, Installation IT Infrastructure & Services
    U.S. Army
  • Maj. Gen. Robert Wheeler
    Deputy CIO for C4IIC
    Department of Defense
  • Wayne Willcox
    Chief of Police
    Armstrong State University Police Department
  • Doug Wolfe
    CIO
    Central Intelligence Agency
  • Brig. Gen. Garrett S. Yee
    Commanding General, 335th Signal Command (Theater)(Provisional) CIS Director, Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve
    U.S. Army
  • Jeff Zients
    Advisor on HealthCare.gov Improvement
    Executive Office of the President / Department of Health and Human Services

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