As the 2022 Wash100 Voting season continues to heat up and the support from the government contracting (GovCon) community pours in, this year’s collection of Wash100 Award winners aren’t waiting until the April 30th vote deadline to challenge one another for the top spot in the rankings.
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GovCon Wire reported last week that BlueHalo CEO Jonathan Moneymaker was holding onto first place in the 2022 Wash100 Standings for an early lead. SAIC CEO Nazzic Keene was right behind him in second and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin kept close in third place. Over the last seven days, your votes have led to big changes.
Here’s a look at the elite federal executives, as voted by you, who are sitting in the top ten for the 2022 Wash100 Standings as of 6 a.m. Eastern time Friday.
Since last week, Carahsoft President Craig Abod, who climbed and finished in the tenth spot just a week ago, has surged up the rankings and currently sits in first place as of this writing. The eight time Wash100 Award recipient received the most support from the GovCon community over the last seven days and shows how important it is to cast your votes and how fast the standings can change.
Currently, Moneymaker remains in second place with a two vote lead over Gen. Austin, who is currently in third place. Mary Petryszyn, corporate vice president and Defense Systems president for Northrop Grumman, has maintained her spot in fourth place while Nazzic Keene holds fifth place as this week comes to a close. First place is in grasp for another with enough votes from their peers.
In addition, Red Hat’s Clara Conti is keeping pace in sixth place while NGA Deputy Director Tonya Wilkerson is holding onto seventh. QinetiQ North America President and CEO Shawn Purvis is sitting in eighth place with Lockheed Martin’s Stephanie Hill and Heidi Shyu
You, the voter, have all the power in this neck-and-neck race. With your combined efforts, you could assist in jetting your favorite executives to the top of the Wash100 standings. If GovCon means something to you, we need your help in creating a list that reflects the most promising and powerful individuals in this field.