A Note From Our President & Founder Jim Garrettson
We are two weeks into the rollout of Executive Mosaic’s fourth annual Wash100 class of inductees and this year’s edition has been our highest-profile yet with increased reader participation and feedback.
As detailed both in our initial launch and this space, the Wash100 is a cavalcade of leaders Executive Mosaic’s editorial and organizational leadership deemed to be Government Contracting’s Most Influential Voices.
This esteemed group of executives at the intersection of government and business has trended on Twitter via posts with the #Wash100 hashtag by companies with leaders on this year’s list and sometimes the inductees themselves.
Our Wash100.com landing page includes our full list of selections, links to the individual articles our media team has published to date and “Coming Soon” messages over those profiles to come.
To make our site interactive, we also have an extra thumbs-up button on each inductee’s headshot for users to “Like” the 10 executives of their choice.
As of Thursday our top 10 most “Liked” inductees were (pictured left-to-right):
Jill Singer, national security VP at AT&T Global Business – Public Sector Solutions
Larry Prior, CEO of CSRA
Tim Conway, public sector president at NTT DATA
James Mattis, defense secretary
Peter Smith, president and CEO of AMERICAN SYSTEMS
Vern Saunders, GM of federal networks at Jacobs
Mark Warner, U.S. senator from Virginia
Navy Adm. Raquel Bono, director of the Defense Health Agency
Michael Flynn, White House national security adviser
Teresa Carlson, worldwide public sector VP at Amazon Web Services
Visit the Wash100 site now to see our full list, “Like” your favorite GovCon leader and check periodically to see how the votes tally.
Mac Curtis, former chairman of the board, president and CEO of Perspecta and a seven-time Wash100 Award winner, has joined San Diego-based defense and transportation contractor Cubic as chairman of the board. Stevan Slijepcevic, most recently president of electronic solutions at Honeywell’s (Nasdaq: HON) aerospace business, has been named president and CEO of Cubic, the
Blue Delta Capital Partners has raised $215 million for its third fund and plans to use it to make growth-stage equity investments in federal government services providers in return for non-controlling ownership positions in such companies. The Tysons, Virginia-based venture capital firm said Wednesday the oversubscribed Blue Delta Capital Fund III was launched two years
Mac Curtis, former chairman of the board, president and CEO of Perspecta and a seven-time Wash100 Award winner, has joined McLean, Virginia-based growth equity firm Blue Delta Capital Partners as a venture fellow. Phil Nolan, a general partner at Blue Delta, said in a statement released Wednesday that Curtis will serve on some boards of