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FCW : March 30, 2013
March 30, 2013 FCW.COM 11 Lisa A. Schlosser Deputy Associate Administrator Of ce of E-Government and IT Of ce of Management and Budget In a role that is often described as the dep- uty U.S. CIO, Schlosser manages the of ce and the agenda for federal CIO Steven VanRoekel. She brings decades of experi- ence at agencies as diverse as the Envi- ronmental Protection Agency, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Transportation Department. In addition, Schlosser serves as a military intelligence of cer in the U.S. Army Reserves and was deployed to the Middle East for a year during the Iraq War. She won a Federal 100 award in 2008. Terry L. Watson Deputy Program Executive Of cer Enterprise Information Systems U.S. Army Watson has more than 30 years of govern- ment service that began in nance and grew into managing more than 60 Army and Defense Department acquisition programs, including ve large enterprise resource planning efforts. David M. Wennergren Assistant Deputy Chief Management Of cer Defense Department Wennergren chaired the Federal 100 judg- ing panel for the third year. He won FCW's Eagle award in 2007, and his long career at DOD includes service as the deputy CIO and as the Navy Department CIO. He is also a past vice chairman of the CIO Council, and served on this year's panel of Eagle award judges as well. Mark Forman Co-Founder and President Government Transaction Services Eagle Award for Government 2002 The former e-gov ad- ministrator and strategic mind behind many of the Quicksilver initiatives, For- man is now back in private industry but remains focused on making the government more citizen-centric. Linda Gooden Executive Vice President Information Systems and Global Solutions Lockheed Martin Eagle Award for Industry 2002 Gooden retires this spring after a long career at Lockheed Martin that included running one of its four principal business units and being named by Forbes as one of the 50 most powerful women in business. Her next step is travel and spending time giving back to the community. Kevin Plexico Vice President of Federal Information Solutions Deltek Though Plexico has not (yet) won an Eagle himself, he is one of the closest observers of the federal IT community. Plexico follows the money in the public-sector mar- ketplace, tracking contract opportunities as well as winners and losers of the contracts as he manages the research staff that compiles the GovWin database and information products. Patrick R. Schambach Vice President and General Manager Homeland Security and Law Enforcement CSC Eagle Award for Government 2003 Through a more than three-decade career in government---including time at the Secret Service and becoming employee No. 6 at the Transportation Security Administration --- Schambach developed deep expertise in security and law enforcement. Today, he uses that ex- pertise in private practice to shape solutions for nag- ging security issues. David M. Wennergren Assistant Deputy Chief Management Of cer Defense Department Eagle Award for Government 2007 Wennergren was the chief judge for the third year for the Federal 100 and Eagle awards. Eagle judges From each year's Federal 100, a separate slate of judges selects two Eagles --- the most distinguished government and private-sector individuals among these 100 top talents. Once an individual has been selected as an Eagle award winner, he or she is retired from future consideration for Federal 100 awards. Many former Eagle winners serve as judges for the program.
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