Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson Presents 2021 Wash100 Award to Shawn Purvis, CVP and President of Enterprise Services at Northrop Grumman

During a recent visit to Northrop Grumman, Executive Mosaic CEO Jim Garrettson presented Shawn Purvis, corporate vice president and president of Enterprise Services at Northrop Grumman, with her first 2021 Wash100 Award.

Purvis received the first Wash100 Award of her career for her leadership in enabling large-scale technology infrastructure and transactional business services throughout the corporation. She also placed fourth in the most competitive Wash100 Vote Standings in the eight-year history of the most prestigious award in all of government contracting (GovCon).

“Shawn Purvis has distinguished herself with a leadership approach based on teamwork, which is fitting since she makes sure the team of 90,000 employees, across all 50 states and 25 countries have the latest IT tools and technologies to not only provide world-class products and services but keep the enterprise secure in cyberspace,“ said Garrettson.

 

Since her appointment to the role in Jan. 2018, Purvis has led the enterprise services group focused on providing company-wide digital transformation, advanced collaboration systems and business applications.

“Enterprise Services’ focus is on providing our colleagues across the company and around the world with the best, most integrated solutions possible,“ Purvis explained during a recent Executive Spotlight with ExecutiveBiz. “We embrace disruption through technology and drive it, while considering the full experience of our users. How are our services being delivered, and what do employees think of our services?“

Executive Mosaic congratulates Northrop Grumman and Shawn Purvis on receiving her first Wash100 Award in 2021. Her contributions to the aerospace, defense and GovCon industries and leadership with Northrop Grumman have made Purvis one of the most significant executives of consequence in the entire federal sector.

Executive Mosaic recently announced that Dr. Stacey Dixon, deputy director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), had received the most votes from the GovCon community in the eight-year history of the Wash100 Award. Here are the final results of the 2021 Wash100 Vote Standings:

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