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10 March 30, 2013 FCW.COM The 2013 judges Daniel J. Chenok Executive Director IBM Center for the Business of Government At IBM, Chenok combines his deep knowl- edge of how government works with his business experience in the private sector. He started his career in government as branch chief for information policy and technology at the Of ce of Management and Budget and moved to the private sec- tor in 2003. Linda Cureton CIO NASA Capping her 34-year government career with the top IT job at NASA, Cureton has led the way for her agency's active engage- ment with the public; she retires from government service this month. Cureton's long career also includes time at the Justice Department's Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Energy Department. In her spare time, she has written a book on management and donated the proceeds to her alma mater, Duke Ellington School of the Arts. Margie Graves Deputy CIO Department of Homeland Security As the deputy since 2008, Graves has been the driving force behind the department's data center consolidation effort and has managed an IT portfolio of more than $5 billion. With more than 20 years' experience in management consulting, she has focused on consolidating the department's disparate IT resources and networks. She won a Fed- eral 100 award in 2012 for that work. Trey Hodgkins Senior Vice President of the Global Public Sector TechAmerica Hodgkins champions the interests of the association's members and industry at large as Congress crafts legislation on procurement, cybersecurity and national security. His 20-plus years of government affairs work has given him a deep understanding of the competing interests of policy and business. Hodg- kins won a Federal 100 award in 2011. David McClure Associate Administrator Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies General Services Administration McClure is last year's government Eagle award winner. At GSA, he leads the Obama administration's efforts to make government more accessible to the public. McClure came to GSA from Gartner, where he served as managing vice president of the government re- search team. He also spent 18 years at the Government Accountability Of ce, where he conducted wide-ranging re- views of major systems development. Dawn Meyerriecks Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Acquisition, Technology and Facilities Of ce of the Director of National Intelligence Meyerriecks has spent the last 20 years on the cutting edge of technol- ogy in both government and industry. With time as a consultant and as a vice president of technology at AOL, she began her government service as chief technology of cer at the Defense Information Systems Agency, and ulti- mately was responsible for building the organization to manage the Global In- formation Grid. Meyerriecks was GCN's Defense Executive of the Year in 2004 and is a Federal 100 award winner. FCW receives hundreds of nominations for the Federal 100, and an independent panel of judges reviews every one to identify the most worthy winners each year. The experts, many of them past winners themselves, are the Federal 100's "secret sauce, " and FCW is grateful for their time and exper- tise. This year's panel is pro led below.
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