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Jim Garrettson presents Terry Hagen with Wash100 award; Steve Demetriou participates

Jim Garrettson, president and CEO of Executive Mosaic, a leading media and events hosting company in the government contracting market, on Tuesday presented Terry Hagen, president of Jacobs’ aerospace & technology division, with his 2018 Wash 100 award.

The Wash100, now in its fifth annual year, recognizes the most influential and impactful executives in the defense sector, as selected by Executive Mosaic’s organizational and editorial leadership. Representing the premier private and public sector executives in the GovCon industry, these individuals demonstrate superior leadership, innovation, reliability, achievement and vision.

A first-time inductee, Hagen was recognized for his strategic mergers and acquisitions management, evidenced by his spearheading of Jacobs’ $3.27 billion purchase of CH2M in December. Jacobs said the combined firm, valued at $15 billion, will increase its government, infrastructure and industrial professional services offerings. Following the completed transaction, Jacobs streamlined its businesses into three divisions; global industrial, buildings and infrastructure; aerospace and technology; and global petroleum and chemicals.

Pictured above, Jim Garrettson presents Terry Hagen with his Wash100 award, with Jacobs’ chairman and CEO Steve Demetriou participating. Demetriou attended the event while in town visiting Jacob’s Tysons Corner, Va.-based federal business.

Employing over 74,000 people, Jacobs’ corporate headquarters is based in Dallas, Texas.

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