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FCW : November and December 2015
YOUNG LEADERS TO WATCH [IN 2016 AND BEYOND ] There are 14 months remaining in President Barack Obama’s administration, but the exodus has already begun. Political appointees are starting to leave, while retirements from the career federal workforce hint at demographics that have worried IT leaders for years. Those fearing a hollowed-out IT community, however, should take a look at the talent coming up through the ranks. Young women and men — in agencies and the private sector alike — are overachieving in their current roles and distinguishing themselves as the likely leaders of tomorrow. Each year, FCW honors such individuals with the Rising Star awards. Nominations come from all corners of federal IT as peers and managers point out early-career colleagues who are going above and beyond to make government perform better. And as this year’s 14 winners make clear, there’s plenty of leadership potential waiting in the wings. 20 November/December 2015 FCW.COM 1215fcw_020-030.indd 20 11/16/15 2:58 PM