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Executive Mosaic Announces 2022 Wash100 Award Winners; CEO Jim Garrettson Quoted

Executive Mosaic, the leading provider in connecting, promoting and branding government and government contracting (GovCon) executives of consequence, has announced the winners of the 2022 Wash100 Award, the most prestigious and coveted award in all of GovCon to recognize the 100 executives who will impact the sector in the coming year.

The 2022 Wash100 Award acknowledges the accomplishments of this year’s winners over the past year and recognizes the potential that each awardee possesses heading into the new year to drive innovation as ongoing initiatives in policy, emerging technology and other crucial areas continue to heavily influence the federal landscape.

“For our ninth consecutive year, Executive Mosaic has completed our exhaustive search, and qualification process through thousands of executives in government and GovCon, in order to produce the annual Wash100 list of the elite of the elite,” said Jim Garrettson, founder and CEO of Executive Mosaic as well as the creator of the Wash100 Award.

“The intensive search for the exemplary executives is uniquely focused on a forward-looking assessment of performance leaders who will impact the market in the year ahead,” Garrettson continued. “We stand proudly upon our previous years of executive leadership assessment and invite the GovCon community to visit Wash100.com to see our successful predictions of the nation’s key GovCon and government executives.”

Executive Mosaic applied an additional lens of adaptability into how each of this year’s winners was selected. The winning executives are considered an essential part of the industry’s backbone that will ensure future continuity, stability of the GovCon industry and government operations throughout the current pandemic lifecycle.

Technology, supply chain, artificial intelligence, digital transformation, cyber security and multidomain capability/support were among the additional factors considered in this year‘s slope of increased difficulty of qualification.

Here are the esteemed recipients of the 2022 Wash100 Award:

Craig Abod – President of Carahsoft

Gen. Lloyd Austin – Secretary of Defense with DOD

Roy Azevedo – President of Raytheon Intelligence & Space

Dana Barnes – SVP of Public Sector Palo Alto Networks

Chris Brady – President of General Dynamics Mission Systems

Byron Bright – President of Government Solutions for KBR

Jim Brinker – President and General Manager of Intel Federal LLC

Christian Brose – Chief Strategy Officer for Anduril Industries

Dr. Reggie Brothers – CEO of BigBear.ai

Michael Brown – Director of the Defense Innovation Unit

William Burns – Director of the CIA

Bruce Caswell – President and CEO of Maximus

Jennifer Chronis – SVP of Public Sector of Verizon Federal

Clara Conti – SVP and General Manager of Red Hat

Lisa Costa – Chief Technology and Innovation Officer for the U.S. Space Force

Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall – Director of (C4) / Cyber; CIO Joint Staff, J6

Matt Desch – CEO of Iridium

Paul Dillahay – President and CEO of NCI Information Systems

Stacey Dixon – Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence for ODNI

Tina Dolph – President and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies

Jen Easterly – Director of CISA

Steve Escaravage – Senior Vice President for Booz Allen Hamilton

Jennifer Ewbank – Deputy Director of Digital Innovation for the CIA

Gerry Fasano – President of Defense for Leidos

Mark Frantz – Co-founder of Blue Delta Capital Partners

Amy Gilliland – President of General Dynamics Information Technology

John Goodman – Chief Executive for Accenture Federal Services

James Gordon – President of Cognosante

Christopher Grady – Vice Chairman Nominee for the Joint Chiefs of Staff

DeEtte Gray – President, Business & IT Solutions for CACI

Andy Green – EVP of Huntington Ingalls Industries and President of HII’s Technical Solutions Division

Michael Groen – Director for the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC)

Avril Haines – Director of ODNI

John Heneghan – President of ECS Federal

Kathleen Hicks – Deputy Secretary for the Department of Defense

Dawne Hickton – President of Critical Mission Solutions for Jacobs

Stephanie Hill – EVP of Rotary and Mission Systems for Lockheed Martin

John “Chris” Inglis – National Cyber Director for the Executive Office of the President

Raj Iyer – Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Army

Daniel Jablonsky – CEO of Maxar Technologies

David Jevans – CEO of CipherTrace

Rob Joyce – Director and Deputy National Manager for the Cybersecurity Directorate for NSA

Nazzic Keene – CEO of SAIC

Jim Kelly – SVP of Federal for Dell Technologies

Lauren Knausenberger – Chief Information Officer for the Department of the Air Force

Roger Krone – Chairman and CEO of Leidos

Doug Lane – CEO of Capgemini Government Solutions

William LaPlante – Nominee for Under Secretary for Acquisition and Sustainment for DOD

Michael LaRouche – President of National Security and Space Sector for SAIC

Robert Lightfoot – EVP of Space for Lockheed Martin

Stephanie Mango – President of CGI Federal

Clare Martorana – Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Jerry McGinn – Executive Director for the Center for GovCon for George Mason University

Scott McIntyre – CEO of Guidehouse

John Mengucci – President and CEO of CACI

Bill Monet – President and CEO of Akima

Jonathan Moneymaker – CEO of BlueHalo

Pat Mungovan – Senior Vice President of Oracle Public Sector

Ramzi Musallam – CEO and Managing Partner of Veritas Capital

Gen. Paul Nakasone – Director, NSA, and Commander, USCyberComm

Phebe Novakovic – Chairman and CEO of General Dynamics

Deniece Peterson – Senior Director, Federal Market Analysis for Deltek

Max Peterson – VP, WW Public Sector with Amazon Web Services

Mary Petryszyn – CVP and President of Defense Systems for Northrop Grumman

Kevin Phillips – Chairman, CEO and President for ManTech

Kevin Plexico – Senior Vice President of Information Solutions for Deltek

Jason Porter – President of Public Sector and FirstNet for AT&T

Todd Probert – President, National Security and Innovative Solutions for CACI

Jason Providakes – President and CEO of MITRE

Chuck Prow – President and CEO of Vectrus

Shawn Purvis – President and CEO for QinetiQ North America, Inc

Gen. John Raymond – Chief of Space Operations OSCO for the Department of the Air Force

Anthony Robbins – VP of Federal for NVIDIA

Christopher Scolese – Director of the National Reconnaissance Office

Stu Shea – Chairman, President, CEO for Peraton

John Sherman – Chief Information Officer for the Department of Defense

Heidi Shyu – Under Secretary for the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for R&E

Robert Skinner – Director for the Defense Information Systems Agency

Stevan Slijepcevic – CEO for Cubic Mission and Performance Solutions

Carey Smith – President and CEO of Parsons

Jean Stack – Managing Director for Baird

Jim Taiclet – President and CEO of Lockheed Martin

Haywood Talcove – CEO of Government for LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Mark Testoni – CEO and Member of the Board of Directors for SAP National Security Services

Stefanie Tompkins – Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

Vincent Vlasho – Managing Director of Defense & Intelligence for Accenture Federal Services

John Vollmer – CEO of Amentum

Lou Von Thaer – President and CEO of Battelle

Rick Wagner – President of Microsoft Federal

Doug Wagoner – President and CEO of LMI

Kathy Warden – Chairman, CEO and President of Northrop Grumman

Teresa Weipert – General Manager of Federal for Maximus

Aaron Weis – Chief Information Officer for the Department of Navy

Greg Wenzel – Executive Vice President for Booz Allen Hamilton

Al Whitmore – President, Intelligence & Security (I&S) for BAE Systems

Vice Adm. Frank Whitworth – NGA Director (Nominated)

Tonya Wilkerson – Deputy Director for the NGA

David Young – SVP of Public Sector for Lumen Technologies

John Zangardi – President of Redhorse Corporation

Juan Zarate – Global Co-Managing Partner and Chief Strategy Officer for K2 Integrity

After last year’s record-shattering Wash100 Popular Vote saw the GovCon community submit more than 36,000 votes, the anticipation for this year’s Wash100 Award season has reached an all-time high heading into 2022. Executive Mosaic expects this Wash100 Award season to reach new heights and receive the largest turnout of support in the nine-year history of the award.

Executive Mosaic will begin to feature an in-depth profile for each 2022 Wash100 Award recipient starting Jan. 24th on GovCon Wire and ExecutiveBiz every day at 6 a.m. and 12 p.m., respectively, to recognize their accomplishments over the past year and set the stage for their success over the coming year. Stay tuned for more news and information about Wash100 voting!

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