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FCW : March 30, 2016
BackStory Ellen Brown Robert Childs Mary Ellen Condon Six-time winners FIVE-TIME WINNERS 34 March 30, 2016 FCW.COM The 27th annual Federal 100 awards will be celebrated on April 7. Learn more at FCW.com/fed100. Federal 100, by the numbers 2016 1990 Male 65 89 Female 35 11 DOD 19 21 Civilian agencies 49 48 Intelligence community 5 0 Legislative branch 3 7 Industry 20 24 NGO/Nonprofit 3 1 Academia 1 1 2016 vs. 1990 Renny DiPentima Ira Hobbs Phil Kiviat David Borland Bruce Brignull Rob Carey Marian Cherry FOUR-TIME WINNERS Mary Davie Martha Dorris Tom Hewitt Dave McClure Jerry Mechling John Okay John Ortego Colleen Preston PV Puvvada Ron Ross Donald Scott Thomas Sisti Valerie Wallick Charles C. Wheeler III Donald Upson (11-year span) Robert Guerra (20-year span) Alan Balutis (16-year span) Ira Hobbs won Federal 100s in five consecutive years (2000-2004) 97 individuals have won at least three Federal 100s 21 individuals named “Johnson” have won a Federal 100 0330fcw_034.indd 34 3/8/16 3:37 PM
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