Executive Mosaic Unveils 2014-2015 Wash100 Inductees: The GovCon Sector’s Most Influential Voices

2015-wash100-logoThe 2014 GovCon market experienced an active year that saw several of its major players either combine forces or make acquisitions, realign their organizations in an effort to adjust to new realities and reorganize the executive teams that steer their companies in an evolving market.

Sequestration and budget shifts in agencies toward technology-focused areas such as cybersecurity and healthcare were among the major drivers of moves by GovCon firms to stay on growth-oriented trajectories.

With this backdrop, Executive Mosaic‘s staff looked back at the year that was in 2014 in order to identify the Wash100 — the executive leaders in government, industry and academia that drive the conversation that surrounds both the GovCon sector and its agency partners.

The Wash100 is the premier group of private and public sector leaders selected by Executive Mosaic’s organizational and editorial leadership as the most influential voices in the GovCon sector and recognized for their push to drive vision, innovation and achievement on behalf of American citizens.

Jim-Garrettson“This list represents individuals who have demonstrated strong leadership through another memorable and eventful year in the GovCon industry, ” said Jim Garrettson, president and founder of Executive Mosaic.

We congratulate the recipients of the Wash100 for their awards and recognitions as the leaders and voices that will shape the GovCon industry in 2015.

Click here to view the full list of leaders recognized in the Wash100.

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