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FCW : March 30, 2014
March 30, 2014 FCW.COM 11 FEDERAL 100 JUDGES CIO Steven VanRoekel. She brings decades of experience at agencies as diverse as the Envi- ronmental Protection Agency, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Trans- portation 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. Stan Soloway President and CEO Professional Services Council A two-time Federal 100 winner, Soloway leads the principal national trade association of the government profes- sional and technical services industry and is one of the community's leading voices for improving procurement and industry/agency communication. Before joining PSC, he served as deputy undersecretary of Defense for acqui- sition reform. In 2013, he was selected by GCN as Industry Executive of the Year. David M. Wennergren Vice President, Enterprise Technologies and Services CACI Wennergren, who won FCW's Eagle award in 2007 and chaired Federal 100 judging several times, moved to the private sector in 2013, where he now leads CACI's opportunity management and customer delivery practices. His long career at the Defense Department includes service as the deputy CIO and as the Department of the Navy CIO. He is a past vice chairman of the CIO Council and has also served on multiple Eagle award judging panels. 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 those 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. Anne Altman General Manager, Federal Government and Industries IBM Eagle Award for Industry 2005 A three-decade veteran of IBM who began as a systems engi- neer, Altman drives develop- ment, delivery and innovation of services and solutions to federal government clients and the industries that support them. Teresa Carlson Vice President, World Wide Public Sector Amazon Web Services Eagle Award for Industry 2013 Carlson brings more than 20 years of business experience to bear in assessing the ac- complishments of IT leaders. Before her current position at Amazon, she was vice president of federal government business at Microsoft, where she won a 2009 Federal 100 award for her work. Ellen Glover Executive Vice President ICF International Eagle Award for Industry 2001 Glover joined ICF International in 2005 and has more than 30 years of professional experi- ence in the technology market, including key roles at Advanced Technology Systems, Impact In- novations Group and Dynamics Research. She is currently vice chairwoman of the Professional Services Council and is a past chairwoman of the Industry Advisory Council. David McClure Associate Administrator Of ce of Citizen Services and Innovative Technologies General Services Administration Eagle Award for Government 2012 McClure was the chief judge for this year's Federal 100 and Eagle awards. Richard A. Spires CEO Resilient Network Systems Eagle Award for Government 2013 Spires has been in the IT eld for more than 30 years, with eight years of federal govern- ment service that culminated in the position of CIO at the Department of Homeland Secu- rity. While at DHS, he served as vice chairman of the federal CIO Council and co-chairman of the Federal Data Center Consolida- tion Initiative. In addition to his 2013 Eagle selection, he won Federal 100 awards in 2007 and 2011.
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