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Jim Garrettson, CEO of Executive Mosaic, Presents George Krivo His Second Wash100 Award

Jim Garrettson (L) and George Krivo (R)

Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic, presented George Krivo, the CEO of DynCorp International, with his 2019 Wash100 award for the second consecutive year on Tuesday. 

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

Executive Mosaic recognized Krivo, for his leadership with DynCorp International and his efforts to boost growth for the company through information technology and intelligence. We have never been more pleased with the field of Wash100 winners and we’re thrilled to begin the process honoring George Krivo. We’re ecstatic to continue the process and honor the other 99 winners with their 2019 Wash100 awards. 

Visit the Wash100 website to learn about the other 99 winners of the 2019 Wash100 Award. On the website, you can submit your 10 votes for the GovCon executives of consequence that you believe will have the most significant impact in 2019.

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