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April 15, 2016 FCW.COM 17 EAGLE JUDGES ANNE ALTMAN Former General Manager Federal Government and Industries IBM EAGLE AWARD FOR INDUSTRY 2005 Altman retired in January after three decades at IBM. Start- ing as a systems engineer, she rose through the executive ranks to drive development, delivery and innovation of services and solutions to federal government clients and the industries that support them. In addition to her Eagle award, Altman won Federal 100 awards in 2001 and 2003. 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 sci- ence, technology, engineering and math. A 2003 Federal 100 award winner as well as an Eagle winner, she now leads a nationwide talent search and skills development program focused on the cyber workforce. VENKATAPATHI “PV” PUVVADA President Unisys Federal Systems EAGLE AWARD FOR INDUSTRY 2015 Puvvada oversees all federal government operations at Unisys, where he has served in a variety of leadership roles since 1992. He has been Unisys Federal Systems’ CTO and led the unit’s federal civilian agency business for four years before assuming the top job — on an acting basis in 2014, and permanently the next year. A four-time Federal 100 award winner, Puvvada is actively involved with the Professional Services Council, where he is currently on the board, and the Industry Advisory Council, which he chaired in 2007 and 2008. RICHARD A. SPIRES CEO Learning Tree EAGLE AWARD FOR GOVERNMENT 2013 Spires has been in the IT field for more than 30 years, with eight years of federal government service that culminated in the position of Department of Homeland Security CIO. While at DHS, he served as vice chairman of the CIO Council and co-chaired the Federal Data Center Consolida- tion Initiative. In addition to his 2013 Eagle selection, he won Federal 100 awards in 2007 and 2011. DAVID M. WENNERGREN Senior Vice President for Technology Policy Professional Services Council EAGLE AWARD FOR GOVERNMENT 2007 Wennergren was the chief judge for this year’s Federal 100 and Eagle awards. 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. RENEE WYNN Chief Information Officer NASA Wynn joined NASA in July 2015 as the deputy CIO and planned successor to then-CIO Larry Sweet, and she stepped into the top job in late September. She came to NASA from the Environmental Protection Agency, where she had served for nearly 25 years — the last two as acting assistant administrator of the Office of Environmental Infor- mation. Before joining that office in 2011, Wynn worked in EPA’s Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response and the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance. KEVIN YOUEL PAGE Deputy Commissioner Federal Acquisition Ser vice General Ser vices Administration Youel Page has been at GSA for five years. He worked on integrated technology services and the Integrated Award Environment before taking the deputy commissioner job in late 2014. Prior to GSA, he served in multiple procurement leadership roles at the Treasury Department and worked as a consultant at Touchstone Consulting Group, IBM and the World Bank. 0415fcw_016-017.indd 17 3/23/16 3:48 PM
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