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GDIT’s Amy Gilliland, Northrop CEO Kathy Warden, NSC’s Anne Neuberger, HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra Rise the 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings; Cast Your Votes 10 Votes Now

With a month left in the Wash100 voting season, more than 8,600 votes have been cast thus far to determine who the government contracting (GovCon) community believes will become the most significant executive of consequence to the federal sector for the rest of 2021 and in the years to come. 

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The Wash100 Award is presented each year to the most elite leaders to recognize their leadership, innovation, reliability, achievement and vision across the GovCon, industry, the federal sector and government. Don’t miss your chance to recognize the executives that you believe are most important to the current and long term success of our industry. 

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GovConWire reported last week that Phebe Novakovic, chairwoman and CEO for General Dynamics, had remained in first place while Shawn Purvis, corporate vice president and president of Enterprise Services at Northrop Grumman, climbed the Wash100 Standings into the top five. 

Following the past week’s voting contributions and support from the GovCon community (don’t forget to cast your TEN votes now), Amy Gilliland, president of General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), has retaken fourth place in the 2021 Wash100 Standings as the week draws to a close. Purvis is now in fifth place, but next week’s votes could make all the difference in the standings. 

Kathy Warden, chairman, president and CEO of Northrop Grumman, received the most support from the GovCon community this week as she was able to climb from tenth place to seventh in less than a week. 

Anne Neuberger, deputy national security advisor for Cyber & Emerging Technologies with the National Security Council (NSC), also had a strong showing of support from our voters as she rose two spaces in the standings from 25th place to 23rd place. 

In addition, Xavier Becerra was confirmed by the Senate on Monday and was announced as the new secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The news gained some support from the GovCon community as Becerra has cracked into the Top 30 with the last spot. 

Here are the complete results of the 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings on March 26th, 2021:

Will Phebe Novakovic be able to hold the top spot for another week? Who else will ascend up the rankings as the April 30th deadline to vote approaches with just over a month left?

Your vote could be the answer to these questions for your favorite executives in our industry. Don’t wait to visit Wash100.com to cast your TEN votes now and support your picks for the ultimate honor in the GovCon sector.

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