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FCW : March 30, 2015
March 30, 2015 FCW.COM 15 THE2015FEDERAL100 David M. Wennergren Senior Vice President for Technology Policy Professional Services Council Wennergren, who won FCW’s Eagle award in 2007, has chaired Federal 100 judging several times. He moved to the private sector in 2013 and now leads PSC’s technology policy efforts. His long career at the Defense Department includes serving as the deputy CIO and as the Department of the Navy’s CIO. He is a past vice chairman of the CIO Council and has also served on multiple Eagle award judging panels. Tim Young Principal Deloitte Digital Before joining Deloitte as a top technology strategist in 2009, Young served as the Office of Management and Budget’s deputy administrator for e-government and IT. Prior to OMB, he worked for the U.S. House of Representatives, the Heritage Foundation and a range of consulting firms. He has won Federal 100 awards twice — at OMB in 2009 and at Deloitte in 2013. Teresa Carlson Vice President of the Worldwide Public Sector Amazon Web Services Eagle Award for Industry 2013 Carlson brings more than 20 years of business experience to bear in assessing the accomplishments of IT leaders. Before her current position at Amazon, she was vice president of federal government business at Microsoft, where she won a 2009 Federal 100 award for her work. Karen Evans National Director U.S. Cyber Challenge Eagle Award for Government 2004 Evans was the federal CIO before the job carried that title when she capped a 28-year government career by serving as administrator of e-government and IT during the George W. Bush administration. She remains involved in a wide range of federal IT and broader education initiatives in science, technology, engineering and math. She now leads a nationwide talent search and skills development program focused specifically on the cyber workforce. David McClure Chief Strategist Veris Group Eagle Award for Government 2012 Until mid-2014, McClure was associate administrator of the General Services Administration’s Office of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies. Before GSA, he was Gartner’s managing vice president for government research, and he also spent 18 years at the Government Accountability Office, where he conducted wide- ranging reviews of major systems development. At Veris Group, he works closely with federal and state agencies to implement cloud strategies that can improve mission results. Patrick R. Schambach Partner Schambach and Williams Consulting Eagle Award for Government 2003 Through more than a three-decade career in government — including time at the Secret Service and as employee No. 6 at the Transportation Security Administration — Schambach developed deep expertise in security and law enforcement. Today, he uses that expertise in private practice to shape solutions for nagging security issues. David M. Wennergren Senior Vice President for Technology Policy Professional Services Council Eagle Award for Government 2007 Wennergren, who won FCW’s Eagle award in 2007, has chaired Federal 100 judging several times. He moved to the private sector in 2013 and now leads PSC’s technology policy efforts. His long career at the Defense Department includes serving as the deputy CIO and as the Department of the Navy’s CIO. He is a past vice chairman of the CIO Council and has also served on multiple Eagle award judging panels. Eagle judges From each year’s Federal 100 winners, a separate slate of judges selects two Eagles — the most distinguished government and private-sector individuals among those 100 top talents. Once an individual has won an Eagle award, he or she is retired from future consideration for Federal 100 awards. Many former Eagle winners serve as judges for the program. 0330fcw_014-015.indd 15 3/9/15 2:28 PM
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